don't worry about your lack of knitting mojo. i actually think from all the activity/events for you lately - the things normal to you would be slightly "disrupted" and its ok to take a break until the dust settles and you can go back to your knitting. but in the meantime, you can continue your creative juices by doing something different in the meantime - other crafts (beading, other needlework, cooking, etc.) =D
Google "Knit for Charity", pick the one you would be most interested in and try that. Sometimes knitting for someone who really needs it can be a great pick me up. It can be as simple as a square, ( www.warminggrace.blogspot.com ) or as complicated as a sweater (The Dulaan Project). Even something cute like Teddies for Tragedies. Don't worry, you'll get your mojo back. I find sitting in a yarn store feeling up soft, silky yarn can help too.
# posted by Dorothy : Tue. Jun. 13, 05:19:00 am AEST
man, you're totally wasting nice winter weather knitting time! i'll trade you. It's hot hot hot here, and i've got no air conditioning. I know you don't feel like knitting... maybe you just need new yarn and a new pattern to jolt you back into it. what about spinning? have u decreased spinning time too?
# posted by CynCyn : Tue. Jun. 13, 09:07:00 am AEST
Hmmm, why not pick up the latest Yarn Magazine - there is some great ideas in there, like some Handwarmers....by someone called Celia ;)Hope you are enjoying your subscription.
or maybe a funky pair of socks from Yarn magazine in a great sock yarn called Lorna's Laces in a funky colourway called Vera... I know where you can get some of that heh heh heh (nice job on the pattern btw!)
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