That’s where I am right now. I finished my Ashland on the 16th of April, I finished my secret knitting project on Wednesday, I can’t find (and truly believe I have lost) my Remarkables, and I’m just not sure what to work on next.
Not that I don’t have lots of things I could work on–there are always projects laying around started, to start, or wanting to become projects. But nothing is really calling me, or, thankfully, what is calling me I don’t have yarn for so I can’t start.
This probably means I need to reconcile my projects: sort out deadlines, taking into consideration my desires and my need-to-dos, and balance it all against knitting time. As we are nearing the end of our remodeling project and I’m starting to sort through everything that got moved to accommodate the construction, I now have to decide whether it gets moved back, or moved on, I think is a good time to sort the knitting projects too.
I ended up knitting a scarf. Yes a scarf. It is a sample, but it was perfect for what I needed right now, and was in the queue. I’m about 6 rows from finished. I got sidetracked by weekend plans and Mother’s Day. The early part of our week doesn’t have a lot of knitting time in it as I go to Pilates and teach. Tonight I’ll finish the scarf and then maybe I can think about what else I’ll work on on Thursday.
I’m in heavy pattern writing at my desk, so I think I’m just kind of done with knitting–having knitted thousands of stitches in my head every day.