I’m probably going to regret making this full body. Already it’s several hours put just on the lines of this section here but it should look great when it’s done and shaded! I put some quick flats on it so it isn’t just lines I’m posting. I love this armor set but it’s a nightmare to draw.
I’m still working on this wedding shawl (have been for months) and I finally got almost to the end of one side when it occurred to me to weigh my yarn and see if I’d have enough to finish the other side.
It’s 3 weeks to the wedding.
A third skein might not get through customs in time to actually finish it.
I seem to have come down with a serious condition. Known only as “startitis”, there is no known cure. Symptoms include a sudden onset of desire to start all the projects I’ve had in my head over the last four months.
They also include an inability to reconcile the limited amount of needles I own (of the correct size) with my seemingly limitless project queue.
The origin of the disease is unknown, but perhaps it has to do with finally finishing university after four long years.
Treatments are experimental, and involve giving in to the desires to start new projects as they arise without any feelings of guilt. Over long periods of time, those diagnosed with “startitis” have been known to finish projects they begin, but the limited amount of data doesn’t allow for any idea of a timeline for recovery.
Until the symptoms subside, there will likely be a lack of finished objects hanging around, but an abundance of WIPs. Wish me luck in my recovery!
The nice and annoying thing about spinning your own yarn is the ability (or inability) to predict how a spinning project will look knit up. For instance, this yarn, which I spun as randomly as I could (which is not very random, because I am not very random), is striping. Weird.