Our local yarn store is shifting directions back to a focus on weaving, the owner's true love. She will still carry some of my favorite yarns, so I will not be completely without supply. But, I am addicted to the color, texture, feel, smell, and possibilities of yarn. This has thrown me into a tailspin.
Which explains this giant trash bag full of yarn. A full blown panic attack about whether I can get my drug of choice! Now, this bag is full of angst... what will I do with this... how much will I need... too much... not enough... oh, but what about the ones I had to leave behind! Panic, I tell you!
I keep waiting for myself to calm from this news. I haven't yet. I'm trying to roll with the flow. But, change is not always (read seldom) easy for me. I have loved gathering there with my friends over the past two years. Change can be for the good and I know this will be fine... I'm just not there today.
In the meantime, I have started to work on
I have finished Phase I and look forward to showing you the finished project (still have Phase II and Phase III to go!
Learned a new trick of the Kitchner Stitch... an invisible (well almost) between these two panels. Have I mentioned I love
I also had one of my paintings framed to stir that addiction... just in case I need a diversion from not having my knitting spot. ;) Hope you are all having a wonderful week!!