Friday, June 06, 2008

Summer Goals

Ali at Skeins Her Way holds a contest each summer. The prize is some wonderful new Blue Sky Skinny Cotton with one of her patterns. The timing is perfect for me because I was just thinking that I should make a list because I'm suspecting that my "goals" may becoming a bit unreasonable ridiculous more than I can handle. So here goes...

Finish:
Lace Ribbon Scarf
Juno Regina
Tuscany
Clapotis

Garments:
Noro Carlotta
Labyrinth by Wendy Bernard
The Perfect White Summer Cardigan (more on that later)
Dream in Color Shrug

Shawls/Wraps/Scarves:
Gilda (beaded scarf) Completed 6/19
Swallowtail Shawl Completed 6/29
Heather Beaded Undulating Waves Scarf
Ene's Scarf


Socks:
Lots


Those are only the things that come to mind (are sitting within my line of sight). The list actually doesn't look too bad... but I definitely need to get busy!


BTW - For those of you who asked about my computer. The darling child known as my youngest son (or "Mud" at the moment) threw it when I told him it was time to get off Lego.com. The black is one of those weird color blobs within the display but the whole screen is shattered inside as well. Does military school take 5 year olds?

5 comments:

Maria said...

Two things:
1. I have no doubt that you will get all that knitting done!
2. What was "Mud's" consequence? I'm always looking for creative ideas.

Donna Boucher said...

I am so sorry.

Lynn in WI said...

Wow.

I think this is the Year of the Computer Catastrophes for you.

Major bummer.

Gotta love his passion, though.

Right?

Right?

Right?


;)

Auntie Pudentaine said...

Oh Tammy!! I would (sad to say) be crying my eyes out if that were my computer...I am that shallow :-) At least he IS only 5...I could somehow imagine my "constantly annoyed with me" 15 year old daughter doing it. Ugh!

Your goals are amazing! I am in awe!!

psalm127 said...

Hi I am a homeschool mama too. I have four girls and two boys. I was just browsing to see what everyones goals are for the summer of knitting contest. Now I will go read the rest of your blog.