Two finished projects shipped to the publisher they are intended for. I swear that all those bright colors are not going into the same garment - not even the same publication! But they are finished and they are gone and I am happy.
Two to go - there are 10 more skeins of the cream silk, and 18 more skeins of the maroon shiny stuff - it is going to be a loooooong week of crocheting. The shiny stuff is for a book, the creamy stuff for a yarn company - both are due "as soon as humanly possible", but no later than next Monday. I have decided to lay off the design submissions for a while - I love doing this stuff, but if I don't get the knitting book written by deadline there is going to be hell to pay. And if I don't keep up with the magazine writing work (which pays better and more quickly) I will starve. I have four patterns sitting in review at various places right now, so if they get sold I will have those samples to make, and everything else is just going to have to wait until I am a little more organized about...well...everything.
I had a little unpremeditated S.E.X. on Thursday - I was waiting in the rain for an appointment that never showed up (long tedious story - I will spare you) and when I was finally convinced this was a no-go, it seemed only right and fair to stop into the nearby yarn shop. Not to buy anything of course, just to say hello, since I was so close and all. And THIS was on the clearance table.
Five glorious skeins of Dover Idena, a bulky wool/acrylic blend. Can you say
Red Scarf Project? Sure you can! Check out that link for a cool blog started by the fabulous Norma in support of the second year of this worthwhile charitable endeavor.