But it's time to pull my deep dark secret out of the project bags. I can't seem to finish a pair of socks. Well, I can, but it's not all that often. I average about every second or third pair unfinished. I didn't think the problem was so bad. There was a Cookie A sock -- Kristi -- which got me through our struggles over the summer, but the heavy chart reading made it very difficult to convince myself to start the next sock.
Then there are my Weasley Is Our King, using the Weasley Rib pattern and a lovely skein of Miss Babs that my brother gave me for my birthday. But I got bored and decided that I needed to try something different.
Most recently there are my V Junkie socks (seriously, is everyone knitting this? I know it's awesome but the hipster in me almost did not let me knit them). I love them and am so proud of how I modified the toe construction to keep the pattern but make them fit my foot. However, I have other things to knit with my sock needles and so these too are back on the shelf.
So here it is. I have another small gauge project I have to do, but then I have decided that I will finish at least two pairs of these socks before I start another. I must. I'm out of project bags. And needles.
Of course I could just buy new bags and needles and continue the insanity. That's a viable solution.