There's something about summer- the heavy social schedule (lots of cookouts!), the yard work, the travel, and the heat- or some combination of the above- that fills me with laziness and I fall off the blog wagon. Every darn time.
But. I haven't given up playing with yarn. You knew that, right? And while I haven't been writing about it, I at least took a few photos. So here is my summer in crafts:
For those dog days of really hot weather, there was more cotton. I did another bag, more or less to the same pattern as the first, but this time in blues.
And that's the FOs. I'm still futzing with the neckline of the bulky weight sweater (I've knit and ripped it twice so far- third time's the charm, I'm hoping.) There's a mostly finished sock that I should cast off and start its mate one of these days. Last week, I even went through all the new yarn (since I sorted the stash in the spring) and separated it by weight and fiber content to make it easier to find. And I keep thinking about sewing, but I need to knit some more first because the sewing room is awash in yarn. And there's been some connubial carpentry with my husband which also is currently in a partially finished state.
And that isn't even getting into the two shorter trips we've taken since the England trip--so many hobbies, so little time!