I've put the Gramps Cardigan in hibernation, after first frogging back to where the sleeves are joined to the body. I've found the YouTube video tutorial for continuing the cabling while working simultaneous raglan and neckline decreases, but haven't actually sat down with a swatch in hand and followed along. I really need to get back to that one. Not sure I can even get in touch with the boy's grandma now, but it would be good to have it done in case she ever finds me again!
Shall we have another blog prompt, courtesy Rebecca Bee Designs?
6. Blogs that inspire you
Number One with a bullet would have to be the Yarn Harlot's blog. She writes so well, and is just so accessible and human. I feel great affection for her and her whole family, because she allows them to be such a big part of her writing. And I have a burning desire to knit Fox Paws! Another favorite is The Panopticon, Franklin Habit's take on life, the universe and everything. There are dozens of knitterly blogs out there, and often those bloggers have their favorite links listed. I like to check 'em all out! There's a Blog Hub group on Ravelry, which is a good source of inspiration too.
7. Your bad craft habits
I get startitis very easily, and take "finishitis" very rarely. Must finish more craft work! Knit fast, die warm! I haven't a clue how to be "monogamous" to a project, except in the way I've been so for the Color Affection: it's the only project I can get to easily. All my other projects are buried somewhere in the craft room. It's a bit like having oatmeal for breakfast every day; I can only do that if there's nothing else available! Truly, I've been known to have last night's dinner leftovers for breakfast, rather than oatmeal.
My Dad was our breakfast short-order cook on the weekends. One of his specialties was fried cornmeal mush, which of course had to be started the night before. The cornmeal had to be mixed up with water or milk, poured into a bread pan, and refrigerated overnight. The next morning, the solid cornmeal mush was sliced up, fried (preferably in bacon grease!), plated & covered in maple syrup. YUM!! Better than pancakes. And now I'm hungry. And it's almost time to go outside & try the car door again, since the sun's been shining for a couple of hours now. One of the advantages of a black interior -- in winter -- is that the inside of the car gets warm. Maybe even warm enough to thaw the door....I guess I'd better go check it.