I'm kamikaze knitting the sleeves for Wayne's sweater.
You know when you're reading through a pattern - say the first time you did short rows, for instance - and it said 'turn your work'. Didn't you sit there thinking, 'No way, they can't possibly want me to actually turn my work around, there are still stitches here to be knit. I should call someone.' So you call a knitting friend who's been knitting longer than you and they try to explain that it's okay, but you're still a little incredulous. So you google this 'turn your work' madness and more people seem to think it's okay. So you do it. And in the end, it is okay.
That's what I refer to as kamikaze knitting. I am in disagreement with the pattern for Wayne's sleeves, but it's working. So I trudge on.
One of these things is not like the others. I knit the same secret Christmas project from these 3 balls of cotton. All the same brand. All the same size when I started and here's what I have left from each of them. I can't explain it. The finished projects are also the same size. Needless to say, I won't get 2 out of the verigated ball. It was my favorite too.
And just when you thought I couldn't get craftier - I made some baby food for Em. Her pediatrician says it's time to start solids so we're starting with Sweet Potatoes. Ta da.