I did a little more knitting on the Starry sock (though I am considering sending it to the frog pond.)
I knit a few more squares on the crackghan (always good ADD knitting because you're still accomplishing something if you walk away after only half an hour)
I did manage to finish the body on the Tea Leaves Cardi
I even managed to knit about six inches on the arm before I got bored and moved on to something else.
And what was that something else? The skein of Top Cat that I dyed a mom's a few weeks ago......has been sitting caked up on my coffee table ... taunting me. I've been trying to be good and get at least one more thing off the needles before I cast on for something else (right now I have two sweaters, and three pairs of socks (not to mention two afghans and a catghan).
But I did sign up for 10 shawls in 2010 - and I did cast off my Fluffy Cat shawl last week (details coming soon - when mom takes some nice pictures of it and I get the pattern together)
And this yarn is waaaay too pretty to be made into just socks - it has to be shown off. I wasn't in the mood to design something myself - so I scoured Ravelry last night and came across Frozen Leaves - so pretty
It took a little finagling (I'm not great with charts) and a few false starts but I'm finally grooving on it
It's definitely a "distraction-free" knit, but well worth the effort. I want to knit just one more row to watch these giant leaves unfold!