Oooh I can barely contain my excitement about this whole challenge. I mean if this went on ALL the time, you know the having to be accountable and such, I would never have to buy anything at a store ever ( I kid, sort of.)
I work well with deadlines and other peoples expectations and this is why I did alright in college. Yes it's true that I almost always did everything (maybe even a 12 page paper) the night before it was due. Scrambling to put the finishing touches on projects at 2, 3 or ever 4AM and then managing to somehow function, look good and be running on time (this was back before I drank coffee too.)
So here I am with a literal mountain of fabric and project ideas, not to mention blog posts to write. As I was cooking dinner and occasionally checking on the littles I wondered "How am I supposed to do this and still manage to wash clothes, cook, clean and pay attention to my kids?"
The answer is still unclear but I am typing this in a clean living room having already washed my fabric, put away dinner and I even have a project to show off. *I typed this last night as I was waiting for my fabric to dry
Ready set GO!!!
To be fair I did not just whip these up today. I finished them today. I'm taking this week to help me get back on track with my time spent here on the the blog, finishing old projects and starting projects that have, until now, lived only in my head.
Project Low Down
Pattern: my own made up simple hat. CO 133, knit a 1x1 rib for about 7 or 8 rows until it looked how I wanted, added a couple random stripes to give each hat a way for me to tell who's who's. Even decreases starting after the hat measured about 5 inches.
Needles: Size 2 for ribbing, 3 for hat
Yarn: Koigu that the boys picked out themselves.