I am in WIP reduction mode. The number of projects that I have started but not finished is staggering. I'm on a mission to reduce the number. To be honest, I don't know the exact number, but I know it's large. I have made a partial list of recent WIPs. They are each organized with their respective supplies, and I'm picking one and working on it solely. I have several multi-part projects on my list that I'm at least trying to get one block, one chart, etc. completed before moving on. So far, this is keeping me motivated. I'm only a few weeks into it, so we will see....
Up to this point....
Part 1 of LHN's Song of the Seasons mystery sampler. (I'm such a sucker for multi-part projects, but my interest quickly wanes on them. But this doesn't seem to deter me from purchasing them and starting them and often joining a stitch along for them....)
I'm a little more disciplined with my knitting projects. I don't have near as many projects started in this area thankfully. I'm mostly a sock knitter with various other projects thrown in here and there. I usually just share my finishes here as most of the time. I finished a pair of socks at the end of June out of Dragonfly Fibers Djinni Sock in the Water Sprite color-way. I love having a plain vanilla sock on the needles to keep my hands busy during car rides and long waits.
We adopted a new kitty in June. Meet Bean. He's certainly keeping us busy as he is into everything. He has a particular fondness for threads and yarn unfortunately. We keep joking that perhaps Menace or Mayhem would have been a more apt name for him. But he really is sweet and we've all fallen in love
with him. Here's his baby picture when he first arrived. I can't get him to sit still long enough to take a more currant one, but he's much bigger now. He is about 9 weeks old now. (Edited to add Bean's picture. Thanks for letting me know it didn't load, Margaret and Glenna! :) )
That's it for today. I have to go get