There's also a football game this weekend, and I, as always, am in charge of making sure that the band has lots of new music to play.
Also, I have some reading & transcriptions to do for my other classes.
The upshot of all this, then, is the following rule: I am Not Allowed to Knit, not a Single Thing, until next Tuesday when my test is over. This should be easy enough--it's only a week, right? Right. Except...
Look what came in the mail today.
Now, where is it from, I wonder?
Oh, look, it appears to have ripped open. I don't know how THAT happened.
This is the yarn, you see, that I ordered for the Anniversary Vests, a big project that has been percolating for quite some time. I was interested in KnitPicks yarn primarily because of, to be honest, the cost (attending a private college and working occasionally as a concert usher does not exactly rake in the big bucks, as it turns out), but I wanted to see what the yarn was like first. The colors I have in mind for the vests are purple and green, so I got a couple of shades of each to try them out.
And some others, just because, well, they're pretty and they're freaking $1.99 a ball!
But what about that math test, you say?