I'm guessing, I need to give this little beauty the full attention that it so dearly deserves. So, no more dipping into other bags, no more doing a little bit here on my sock or a little there on my 'Monkey Bread'.
STOP NOW! All this dilly-dallying just has to stop and there needs to be some concentrated effort on the task.
Once in the zone, there is exquisite delight to be had from the beautiful colours: some soft and calming, others zingy and vibrant.
There are heart-stopping choices to be made as the end of a colour stripe approaches. What will it be next? Digging deep into the woolly depths of the bag, the next little beauty is ready and waiting. 'Pick me! Pick me!' he cries.
Soon, before you know it really, a wondrous sight is there to behold! I'm not meaning those ghastly ends, of course.
They are being completely ignored until I'm ready and set to attend to them. That won't be for some good time yet, so they can stop trying to be noticed and just settle down and be quiet.
Oh but look, just look, isn't looking lovely!
I need to keep my focus and attend to my 'one and only' for the next few weeks, I think!
I'm just loving those 'nextdoor neighbour' colour changes.
With a little bit of love and affection, I'm sure we'll make the date!
Sophie's hoping for a little mini version for her own 'baby'. She left her at home yesterday though, to go sledging with her daddy and Scott. It looks like the snow's on the way out at long last, so I'm glad she got to enjoy it.
Have a good week everyone!