I'll admit. Balancing on these crutches has created some new obstacles, particularly in the amount of things I can carry. I've been known to carry way too many bags at one time (e.g., workout bag, knitting bag, purse, groceries, all on one trip in from the car) and that just can't happen with these darn crutches. I'm being good and limiting myself to my Namaste Backpack and maybe, just maybe one other bag such as my lunch bag or something.
Of course, that means that when I need both my camera and my current knitting project to catch a photo in the limited sunlight when I get home from work, I don't seem to have them both. And going upstairs can be daunting at the end of the work day (who knew crutches would tire me out so much). But today I planned ahead. I sacrificed the lunch bag for the knitting bag and camera! Don't worry, I still ate, just didn't bring the bag. It is amazing what can fit in the Namaste Backpack :)
With just a bit of sunlight left when I got home, I took a quick picture of my current project. A new design featuring the lovely new Dreamy yarn by Anzula. It is soooooooo easy to knit with this yarn because it is beyond soft. Dreamy. A blend of merino, cashmere, and silk. I think I may need another skein of this next week at Stitches West!
You may also notice those shiny, pointy Signature Needles. A birthday treat to myself!! So this project is seriously flying between the yarn and the new needles.
What do you guys have on your needles this week? I'd love to hear!