Some time ago, I had cut out some blue microsuede that's been around since probably 2005,
Luckily, knitting doesn't involve decorative stitching of any sort. I've recently finished another one-row scarf,
I even spent some time with the latest stamped cross stitch project:
Great Courses dvd I had borrowed from the library. While the introductory lecture to Zero to Infinity: A History of Numbers is a testament to the horrible "tell them what you're going to tell them, then tell them, then tell them what you told them" plague that struck college public speaking courses in the early 1990s and would make corporate meetings Power-Point nightmares until the practice was mostly tossed by smarter minds, the first two real lectures have been pretty interesting for those of us residing in Geekdom. The Alice Starmore sweater is a bit too involved for geeky lecture knitting.
I'm making a Lacy Bowknot scarf with some sock yarn leftovers. A smarter knitter would have checked to make sure I have enough yarn to do this, but I like to live on the edge. You know, who wants to do math before watching a lecture ON math? Because that makes sense in my world.
AND, guess who just got her Valentine's Day gift?