In keeping my oath for my Year of Projects, I want to finish up my unfinished objects/works in progress. And since the Sergeant’s birthday is next month, I want to finish his socks. Here’s what I’ve managed so far:
I’ve started the twisted stitches for the legs but I’m only about seven rows in. I’m really hoping that these socks fit. So far they have but I still have my doubts. I’m going to keep checking because I’ve promised him for the last two years that he’ll get socks. While my ideal deadline is to finish by his birthday, I’ve got Christmas as a fall back.
He knows I’ve got a test knit on the needles and I’m knitting up my own hat pattern that I want to release by December, so I’ve got quite a bit to do that I can’t divulge too much on here. And that’s not counting the non-crafty personal projects I’ve got going on.
Tomorrow is another immunoglobulin infusion and hopefully I can knit through that. The nurses give you an antihistamine and Tylenol before they start to help prevent an allergic reaction. Basically, that’s like taking a Tylenol PM so I end up nodding off soon. Plus, they tend to put the IV right in the crook of my arm so it’s difficult to knit with out making the machine freeze up and start beeping.
For more Works in Progress, check out Tami’s blog.