the knitting basket

sonics's picture

Just for the hell of it heres all my projects thrown into one basket.

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Thomasknits's picture

Oh! I only have three

Oh! I only have three projects going. And then two that are stashed somewhere hybernating indefinitely.
-Thomas

New York Built's picture

The height of

The height of offensiveness...LOL. Public displays of addiction! A new form of exhibitionism. Thank goodness my psychoses overpower my ADHD, because keeping the paranoids at bay has become my OCB.

“There are those that do and those that don’t”
“Those that will and those that won’t”

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Looks good. If I put my

Looks good. If I put my unfinished knitting projects in one spot, I'd probably lose half of a room. (Or my family would start involuntary commitment papers.) Some mighty fine starts there. Looking forward to seeing how they turn out. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

albert's picture

You might want to consider a

You might want to consider a Twelve Stitch Program.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

"UMMMM.....Hi...My name is

"UMMMM.....Hi...My name is Joe. I..I....got a problem. But, honest, it's all on account of those #7 needles and the lovely, seductive yarns...They---They Made Me Do It. I swear!" -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

New York Built's picture

Camera pans on large

Camera pans on large assembly hall, shabby and poorly-lit, filled with folding chairs, and 2,841 obviously disheveled and sadder-but-wiser men in ill-fitting hand-made sweaters, garish socks, moth-eaten afghans and khaki pants.

ALL: Hi, Joe!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

At least I'd be in good

At least I'd be in good company...and get to meet you all. Imagine the knit-in that would make! -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

chipsir's picture

So glad to see all those

So glad to see all those projects, makes me feel so much better about how many I have!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WillyG's picture

That reminds me...your sock

That reminds me...your sock inspired me to get some noro sock yarn. Looks like you put it down a while, eh? I haven't figured out what kind of pattern to use for mine, so I haven't started yet.

Nice that it all fits in one basket.

PeterMark's picture

Time to update your profile.

Time to update your profile. You know, where you describe yourself as a "beginning knitter." A beginner doesn't have nearly that many projects going at one time. Welcome to the addiction!

Peter

mrossnyc's picture

That's a lot to keep track

That's a lot to keep track of. I'd be afraid that my gauge would change (it's happened before). BTW, I like the idea of using a wire hanger to keep a sock in shape.

crmartin's picture

A sign of a true addict.

A sign of a true addict. Welcome to the club!

Randy

daveballarat's picture

I broke my golden rule...

I broke my golden rule... one project at a time ... a few weeks ago... now I have 4 projects on the go...
I've been very tempted to start a few more in the meantime but managed to not succumb... your basket is what I am afraid of...
Best of luck getting to the bottom of it... finishing every project...
Dave
Istanbul, Turkey

mrossnyc's picture

your basket is what I'm

your basket is what I'm afraid of?
It may be early, but not too early for a dirty mind, I guess...

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

ROFL...Now, THAT is wickedly

ROFL...Now, THAT is wickedly funny!!! In the words of the immortal Bugs, "Now...you Naughty Boy!"-- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

albert's picture

They say you should never

They say you should never put all your socks in one basket...oh, wait, that's eggs- nevermind.