For those of you not in “the know,” WIP stands for Work In Progress (which it says right up there on that cute little header. Duh, I didn’t even notice that.). I don’t think WIP Wednesday has to just be for knitting or sewing projects though. I think it’s a great way to show off whatever creative pursuits are occupying your time right now. You know, in between the cooking, the cleaning, the refereeing, the teaching, and the snot-wiping. It for sure could be knitting or sewing, if that’s what you do. But it could also be scrapbooking, crocheting, home decorating, painting, drawing, whatever. Anything you use as an outlet for your creativity.
So, without further
babbling ado, here are my current WIPs. Hmm, should that be WsIP? You know, Works In Progress? I’ve digressed.
I don’t actually have any projects OTNs (On The Needles) right now. I finished one project this week (it’s an FO (Finished Object) now, and I can’t share it today, because, well, it’s finished, not in progress….I’ve digressed again). What I’m working on right now is organizing my yarn and getting my gear in order in preparation for my next big project (a sweater
…. for Zeke). I
promised myself that my stuff would be organized before I started anything new.
So, my “gear” is in order. Okay, I’ll be honest. This is actually an FO. It shouldn’t be here in this post. But it’s part of this total package project. So it’s here. Deal with it.
This is the yarn that is going to be used for the sweater, so this project needs to be frogged (pulled apart) and rewound.
All of this yarn needs to be rewound too, just because it’s a big fat mess in my yarn chest. Yes, I have a yarn chest. Okay, the yarn actually shares a home with our videos. But it’s a cedar chest, which makes it the perfect place for wool yarn. No mothies in this stash! Some of this yarn is partially used, some is completely unwound, some is just a big crazy blob. It’s going to take a while. **I won’t show you the other side of the yarn chest, which holds all the already-wound-yarn-just-waiting-to-be-used-for-an-actual-project. There’s too much. You’d be
ashamed jealous too impressed.**
And this is my other major WIP. This is some bare yarn that I need to dye for a friend. But first I have to untangle it and re-skein it (that means wind it around the back of the couch so it’s in a really big loop) to get it ready for dyeing. Mama messed up and left the yarn in arm’s reach of a certain toddler. Oops. I think I need to work on this one first, since this wonderful friend is waiting patiently for her yarn. Then I will move on to the other yarn.
Well, that’s all my WIPs (WsIP?) for now. Hopefully I will have something more exciting to show you next week (if I remember to post). Like, maybe, the beginnings of a sweater?
‘Til the next time I remember that I actually have a blog!