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Sarah W.

I completely agree with you regarding the project organization. This is why I try to *only* have two or three projects on my needles at the same time. Otherwise it looks like a bomb went off in my knitting corner ;-). I love the pink sock...what a sweet little side cable.


You have the most beautiful yarns in your stash! That green is so pretty and that PINK!!! It is perfect for that pattern!


the more projects the happier we knitters are! My max is four at a time but that is a personal sweet spot for maximum happiness.


I have been seeing tons of your posts on IG. Are you posting more or is it because of that IG algorithm that I had hardly seen them in the past? You are very good about getting a pair of socks done. I'm looking forward to learning TAAT next year. I'm still working on my Disneyland pair and will post it sometime soon on the blog and your thread. I've been slow for photo shoots. I feel self-conscious about having myself photographed right now and now my teen is sick so she's the priority.


The projects you have going are so pretty. I love the quote!


Oh man, I'm sure my project organization is a NIGHTMARE to anyone other than me- but I'm the only one who needs to understand it, so it's okay! I used to drive my mum crazy by asking her to get something from my room and saying "It's at the bottom of the second pile behind the chair, under the pink shawl. If you find the unicorn notebook, you've gone too far." XD


So pleased you like the little 'package'. I absolutely adore that gorgeous bag (under your pretty pink sock). I've got my old sewing machine out and will be seeing if all the parts are still there because I plan to make a bag or two.
Oh and I currently have a pair of socks on the go - two-at-a-time. I just know that if I did one at a time, the second one would be completely different from the first!

Julie Crawford

I love floral teas, I bet that rose one is delicious! And how awesome is that knitting video- so true!


Yea, I feel that way when I look around my living room or my art studio. There is a method, you just have to be mad to understand it!

Have a great week Andi!


organization? eep!!! maybe that was the trouble with my knitting mojo!

kathy b

Oh oh oh mini skeins. I may have to take the plunge


Method to the Madness. It's my bumper sticker for life.


Love the soft pink you have on that sock Andi!! Everything you makes is so beautiful!


Wow, two finished first socks and the two second socks already cast on! Thx for the video! Have a great week!


The method to my madness is throwing each wip into a designated project bag. Bonus if the bag matches the project in some way. Then all the bags get tossed into a big picnic basket that lives by my favorite knitting spot. It lives there until it is finished & off the needles. Lucky for me that I have quite the project bag collection ;)

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