[quote=ArtLady1981;1343336]It really is best to start and finish KNITTED GARMENTS one at a time, for shore! [quote]
I am only now starting to get into knitting garments (starting my second sweater this weekend!) but I already understand that statement. Even putting it down a weekend while The Boyfriend and I went home to visit our parents threw me off.
I do work on multiple projects once one becomes too big or too complicated for travel. I do a big chunk of knitting during my down time at work. I would never want to carry a 3/4 completed afghan or a lacy delicate shawl back and forth. Usually at that point I throw a bunch of leftover baby yarn in my purse and start churning out baby hats and booties for donation. It's a super quick, super easy project that I can bang out in an hour or two without getting "out of my groove" with my big project.
Speaking of my second sweater, I need to dig down deep to finish my first one! I've got all the knitting done and it is blocked, I just need to sew buttons on it. I found PERFECT buttons at Joann's last week, but they only had 9 and I need 11. I hope I get lucky tomorrow and they have restocked! so I can get those last 2!
That good ole song of Wa-hoo-wah, we'll sing it o'er and o'er!
It cheers our hearts and warms our blood to hear them shout and roar.
We come from old Vir-gin-i-a, where all is bright and gay.
Let's all join hands and give a yell for Dear Old UVa!
Virginia is for [knitting] L vers.
OTN:Alexandria Cardigan, Sisterhood baby blanket
OTH: Bernat Mystery CAL Afghan
FO: Audrey In Unst