Later this morning I leave for another weekend fiber adventure. The truck is ready to go. All that's left is packing my personal things. I always leave this to the very end, but it only takes a matter of minutes.
Yesterday I was thinking ahead to the weekend and my weekend knitting.
Movie Night Sock in progress. This project is moving right along, so my first thought was that I would take only the sock with me for the weekend. Often I don't have as much knitting time as I think I'm going to have. With only one project, there wouldn't be any conflict over which project got all my attention. I could travel light with only one project in tow.
This morning as I was packing my bag, my resolve to travel with only one project began to wane. What if the sock didn't hold my attention over the weekend? What if I wanted to take a break from it and work on something else? What would I knit? Suddenly the idea of traveling with only one project seemed beyond crazy.
So I did what any good knitter would do.
I now have another traveling project. Since pink isn't my color, I've convinced myself I could get a jump on holiday knitting with this one. Now taking another project along for the ride isn't selfish, it's virtuous.
In keeping with the pink theme . . . my color inspiration for the week.
Pink and green - a perfect pair.