Just a quick note to say, the inevitable has happened here, and, well, AAAAAAAAH!
It finally clicked in my head today. Two months until Christmas.
None of the crafting is done yet. Some of it isn't even started. (Though I have put a major dent in the shopping.)
Of the three major projects - shawl, sweater, and handspun and woven scarves (three scarves, but I'm counting them as one project 'cause I'm gonna warp the loom super-long and weave all three at one whack), the first two are half done. And the sweater is on size eight needles, which means finishing the other half won't take forever - I could probably crank it out in a week, and should.
I'm still test-spinning the carbon fiber for the scarves. I haven't even begun the real spinning. I'm told the weaving will go fast once the loom is set up, and setting up a twelve-inch-wide fabric shouldn't be too time consuming. But still. Oh, and I should also do some more practice weaving before I start on the good stuff.
The knitted and felted bag hasn't been started.
The fabric I want to hand-dye for my sister-in-law to sew into whatever she wants, isn't started. Though I do have all the materials. Hmm. Perhaps I should get on that today. Like, right now. (Step one is weighing and then washing it two or three times.)
The other possible knitted and felted bag (which has always lurked at the back of my head as a possible, nothing for sure) likely isn't happening.
Beaded anything, which was also a lurking idea, is also probably not happening.
Did I mention, AAAAAAAAAH!
Bells and her friends are posting about their favorite knitted projects. I'll be doing that later, once I decide what my favorite was/is.