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September 22, 2005

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Heidi

Believe me, you're not losing it. I routinely go through phases of ripping everything out that I've knit because I want to make it different and/or better. It usually passes and I just figure that it's my subconscious reminding me that the process is just as fun as the final product.

My subconscious is, of course, lying. ;)

Heidi

Believe me, you're not losing it. I routinely go through phases of ripping everything out that I've knit because I want to make it different and/or better. It usually passes and I just figure that it's my subconscious reminding me that the process is just as fun as the final product.

My subconscious is, of course, lying. ;)

Lee Ann

It will pass, Sisyphus ;-)You're just going to have to find a wool that inspires you...and that's not such a bad job to take on, is it?

carolyn

great post. very enjoyable. it is humorous to others, the being you thing. :)

blossom

my wool (yarn) taunts me, too. i think they do that to knitters!! frogging is a process, think of it that way!

jess

Nice post!

I know what you mean though, but the problem with knitting and blogging is that we sometimes get a bit of 'finishitis' and forget about the process... the tiranny of blogging the FO!

You'll be over the 5 inch mark soon.

Joelene

I think that crafting comes and goes in season. Sometimes I am knitting and sometimes it feels I am only frogging. Trouble is I only remember the times I am busting out FO left and right.

This too shall pass.

Jane

Sounds like your relationship with wool/yarn is going through a sticky patch. You have my sympathy. You could either go to Relate and talk to a counsellor, or have a mini trial separation. I think you need a little time apart to re-establish your boundaries.

I also agree with Jess.

And you absolutely must have a clear shopping mind for your trip. You'd never live with yourself if you neglected all those orphaned balls of yarn waiting for you to adopt them.

Donna

Mmm.. wait 'til you try the Mountain Colours, it's luscious! In fact, I think it's my favourite sock yarn, and the socks are definitely my favourite socks.

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