I designated this weekend as nesting weekend since it's a good three day weekend. But unless buying 8 more skeins of yarn and starting 3 more projects counts as nesting, I don't think it's working.
I got a package today from my Scavenger Hunt Swap Partner. It was filled with so many goodies. Immediately, I was thinking, "I can make this and this and this with all this yarn!" But I have other things in my queue. Want to see it?
This is what I call "knitting in the round." I lined up all my projects in a row, turned on the radio, and started knitting. Each time there was a song change, I finished the row I was on and then switched projects. I don't actually get a lot done this way, except that it breaks up the weaving in ends monotony. I weaved in ends on some socks, and a green hat I made a month ago, and another green hat:
This is the Linus hat. I think it's going in my etsy shop once I trim the pompom and get a nice picture.
I also finished up the fallopian tubes and assembled this:
Baby's second uterus (or in the case of a girl baby, I suppose it's a third uterus). Aww.
Things not pictured: a dog sweater. I'm almost done with it; I have some ribbing to do for the cuffs and that's it. I also started a scarf for my grandfather, my Baby A Baby Swap gift, and set aside yarn for another scarf for McKay.
I have a small pile of yarns and projects by my bed, and by "small" I mean not small at all!