In a bold attempt to shovel myself out of denial, the thinning of the herd continues at Chez Chic.
De-cluttering is starting to be quite amusing. Witness this pile:
Here ia a load of half-finished, slightly started wardrobe or sample items that have stalled for one reason or another:
- Temperture: can’t stand the feel of wool on my sweaty palms.
- Boredom: what was I thinking?
- Inertia: other projects had a louder siren song (or deadline).
- Lameness: what me slack?
- Contempt: No hella way in that colorway.
Now comes the fun part: Frog or not Frog!
Each in turn has its merits; each in turn is totally rejectable just by virtue of pulling that string to de-evolve the entire piece.
Why frog/no frog the lovely navy/evergreen piece on the far left? Well, it’s actually a pretty good beginning sample of an unreleased design, one that’s been tweaked a boatload of times, so maybe I should record it in a picture for posterity and Let It Go!
Indeed. One down, 8 to go.
Second from Left: well looks like this one hit the skids rather cruelly. It is missing a needle, which I suspect is lurking in
Third from the Left: a better example of the first froggy above. This one is the Cover Girl, for sure. Keeper.
Light Blue Center Front: another lame prototype (as in #1), even lamer, because I’ve lost a fully completed sock that might make this worth finishing, If Only I Could Remember What the Pattern Is because I didn’t write it down in the early flush of romance. Thumbs up? Thumbs down? Maybe, if the other sock shows up in a couple of days (I’m dedicated to digging this week), I will spare it from a trip to the pond.
Lovely Yellow KSD yarn that is also missing a partial starter sock. Where the heck have I been putting things? This is a six-room apartment. You can run but you can’t hide…
Far Right Front: orangey variegated hemp/wool blend. This one jumped into the mobile knit bag with me this morning. I love the stitch pattern on this one. Just de-constructed it (started writing the pattern but did not write the stitch pattern out) from the sock into a graph. THIS. Would look fab in a sweater. :)
…more to come