Sunday, February 17, 2013

What's on my needles?

Update:  my knitting basket is still full. But I've moved it from my living room to my bedroom. I want to take a break from knitting until the autumn. That yarn could prove to be too great a temptation. We'll see.
My knitting basket is full...

 Let's peek inside...
 This hemp/wool will eventually become...
(stay tuned I'll share a better picture of this design)

 And this cotton will become...
(I shared this pattern here)


 This mohair/acrylic blend will eventually become...
 This Meadowmist Farm from Mayne Island sheep will eventually become...
 This linen will eventually become...
(Stay tuned, I'll share this pattern here--on this blog, for free)

Eventual is the key word in this post.
Why?
Well, because I've recently been diagnosed with carpal tunnel. Pain shots through my wrists after I knit two rows. So, lately, I haven't even touched my knitting needles. 
Will I eventually be able to return to finish my projects?
I hope so...
Thankfully the pen and the keyboard don't create the same pain.
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Related post:  Bare knitting needles

4 comments:

Amber said...

I hope your wrist will heal soon, Leanne.

Laurie Buchanan said...

Leanne - you've got some of the most industrious hands on the planet!

Leanne Dyck said...

: ) Thanks, Amber. And I hope your split replaces your cast soon.

Leanne Dyck said...

: ) Hi Laurie,
I'm thinking that there must be more industrious hands out there. After all, all these projects were started but not finished.