Since the start of the year there's been so little knitting time, I have yet to finish a major project. (Swatches, yes. Modules, yes. Projects, no.) Since I'm not a fast knitter, I strive to knit a little each day, and slowly but surely projects get done.
Lately, that hasn't been possible. By the time the workday wraps up, I'm lucky if two gasping gray cells remain. In practical terms, this means there have been entire weeks where I've not worked a single stitch, which for me is a rarity.
Alaris, my cape-poncho-shawl-wrap, is a good example. It's such a simple, fast knit, and yet there it sits, almost but not quite finished, waiting for me to find the time and brainpower to weave ends.
Now, we all know weaving ends isn't difficult. However, as a fan of knitwear I can grab, wrap and go, I want to preserve the reversible quality, so I'm taking my time and working with care to ensure both sides are presentable.
So that's the mission for the week: Weave one yarn tail each day until there are no more loose ends.
As goal-setting goes, it certainly isn't exciting or ambitious, but it's realistic and (hopefully) doable. If those assumptions prove true, my spring wrap might actually be ready to wear ... while it's still spring.
PS: Have a lovely day one and all, and a very Happy Easter to those who celebrate.
PPS: For those who've inquired about the pattern: It's been released.