Betcha thought I got bored with this and stopped.
I can’t forget to work on it, I leave it in a basket on the coffee table. Luckily the cats choose to ignore it and instead mess with the wool-eater languishing in a much larger basket on the floor next to said coffee table. Then, in the third basket taking up space in the living room is the WiP pinafore I am making for my niece. (Which btw is going to be a-frickin-dorable.) I am amazed at this point that my guys aren’t banishing me to the she-cave-o-crafts. The problem with that is the other 4 WiPs that are strewn across that space and leave me no room to work. And to top it all off, I got a wild hair this past weekend to re-decorate my bathroom. So currently, it has a new paint job, and is otherwise empty. All that stuff is strewn across the basement family room. Consequently, I feel as if I am trying to get ready for the prom while on a camping trip every morning before work. (You know, just plain awkward…like trying to put on your panties after a shower when you forgot to bring anything larger than a washcloth to dry off with and you’re wearing flip flops.) My contact lenses have been missing for 3 days and I know they are around here somewhere…I’m assuming they are hiding with the hairspray…but at least I know where my toothbrush is in all this mess…
Guess I had better get some stuff finished.
6 thoughts on “crochet:: a sky scarf update”
I am delighted to hear that someone else also lives in a bit of a shambles!!! — wool and baskets and STUFF everywhere 🙂
Hilarious! I have to admit, I had been wondering about the scarf.
do you have any step by step instructions for your crochet sky scarf. I tried knitting but failed and your scarf looks amazing. I promised my granddaughter I would do this for her, I actually bought the yarn for her 15th birthday and planned to give it to her when she turns 16. Please help????
check your email Linda 🙂
regarding previous post…please respond to my email. Thank you!