Monday, August 25, 2014

Things to do when you run out of yarn

Demonstrate your swearing prowess... again.
 Mend your husband's sweater... again.
 Bake Blueberry Spelt Muffins (again!)
 Plan a new project.
 Start a new project.
 Buy more yarn!
 Pet a tractor.
 "Ooh - what big wheels you've got!"
 Go for a walk in the barley.

6 comments:

Ms Goodenough said...

That sounds like time well used :)

The Foggy Knitter said...

Phew! I thought for a moment you'd utterly completely run out of yarn! That Cascade looks lovely, what are your plans for it?

lemon said...

I like the way you think :)

christinelaennec said...

Like Stephanie, a tremor of fear went through me when I read the phrase "run out of yarn"!

jessica said...

Ugh, how irritating! Personally, I sometimes rip back half a row or so, then go at it with a smaller hook or hold the yarn slightly tighter, especially if I'm only off by a little bit. However, it seems you've got some lovely other activities to keep you better occupied :-).

poppyinstitches said...

spelt blueberry muffins sound utterly delicious and a great way to while away some time not knitting!