Thursday, April 24, 2008


Sally Comes Unraveled highlighted this link in her blog. It's a tool to help you determine your priorities, and if you're scatterbrained like me, you need all the help you can get.

It told me to go buy a house.

That made me short of breath, so I plugged in 15 knitting projects from my queue. I had a few ties, but the first three projects were as follows:

1. Vogue Multi-Pattern Top: Summery, fashiony, colorful. Bring it on.
2. Pinwheel Cape: I might be able to wear this to a wedding in a few weeks. If time stands still.
3. Noro Scarf: I love color. I also fell down and bought some more Silk Garden in a white/beige colorway, and I now want this scarf with a firey passion. It may, however, mean buying two MORE skeins of Noro to match the beige/white. So it goes.


Gena said...

okay. I'm intrigued. I'll have to check that site out later and let it tell me what my priorities are. Personally, I'm pretty sure graduating should be at the top, but baking a cake is at the top of my mind.

Sally Comes Unraveled said...

What can I say, I'm flattered. :)

I did my finances with it, and then realized I forgot to add paying off credit cards to the list. Oops.

Also, about the zipper, you should talk to Lynn. She's the zipper expert. I just went for it, going in and out of each crochet stitch. That was my second zipper. The first was in a felted bag. I just used a sewing needle and thread and did the best I could to hide the stitches.

(Neither technique would work well for a garment.)

Anonymous said...

That's funny how you used that for knitting. I actually did the financial thing & was pleasantly surprised (my kids' college money DOES come before me buying a luxury car, yay!). I'm not as selfish as I thought, lol.