At least that's what my blog posts seem to indicate.
I have discovered that if you let a couple weeks go past while in the middle of doing the shaping for a sleeve cap, it's fairly difficult to remember where in the process you were. So now I've ripped out the top of the sleeve and started the shaping over again since I couldn't get the numbers to work out right (apparently started up at the wrong spot in the instructions). Now things are back on track. Given that the weather is supposed to be gloriously icky (freezing rain, sleet, snow--everything the Postal Service loves this time of year) this weekend, I think I'll park myself in my comfy chair next to the fireplace, put on a nice audiobook or DVD and finish off my sleeve.
Of course, what I really should do is finish off one of my Christmas gifts. The problem is that I'm worried that I might run out of yarn. It won't make more yarn to not finish the present, but that seems to be my coping mechanism at the moment. *sigh*
Perhaps I'll make a deal with myself and alternate one hour of sleeve with one hour of present.
Swan Lake Oopsies
My Swan Lake stole has now been zipped into my jacket three times, resulting in two rips. This is definitely not going to survive as my winter scarf. I'll have to rip back part of the wing to fix one of the holes. Hopefully I can find all the printouts for the pattern.
In the meantime I've been wearing a red mohair blend (Mountain Colors' Mountain Goat) scarf and have discovered that it's itchy. I'm thinking this particular variety of mohair and my neck just don't get along. I had suspected that last winter, but now I'm pretty certain of it. I've got two more skeins of the same yarn in different colors, but definitely won't be making scarves for me out of it. Will have to find a new scarf solution and soon!