Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Sputtering Blaster

This sad little sleeve cap...
It's all the progress I've made on Blaster. I'm not even through all the short rows yet. It's not that I'm in a knitting slump. I want to knit. Just not on this. It's a case of Second Sleeve Syndrome.
But I'll get through it. It would be nice to have the sleeve done by the end of the weekend. Then all that's left is the front and neckbands. I guess I better start searching out some buttons...

11 comments:

Dee said...

Put on some podcasts and blast out that Blaster. You know you want to WEAR it!!! LOL

The Well Fed Wheel said...

Wouldn't it be nice if there was such a thing as "two-at-a-time" sleeves?

Vera said...

So pretty - love the yarn! What kind of buttons will you use?

Araignee said...

Second Sleeve Syndrome already? That was fast....I wish I looked good in those little cropped cardis because they must be so much fun to knit. Almost instant gratification. Kate Davies has a new line of them out and they are so tempting....

Eastside Cats said...

In agreement with Araignee's comment above: Second Sleeve Syndrome...LOL!

Tired Teacher said...

Slow and steady knitting is progress. I have no doubt you'll have that sleeve knit over the weekend.

chrisknits said...

You can do it! Maybe a snuggle on the couch with one of the cats will see the project to it's end.

kathy b said...

same issue here. I want to knit but not on whats on the needles!

Delighted Hands said...

You can do this .....it is a bit of a slug knitting around and around with the sweater wrapping around everything but when you are done, you are done!!!!

Jocelyn said...

I know that feeling! I just got to a point with my latest sweater where I have to fuss with something, and I can't quite make myself get started. Sigh...

gayle said...

I generally knit sleeves first, and two at a time whenever I can, for this very reason. But totally not do-able with this design! Good luck and hang in there! All sleeves do eventually end...