Just a bit.
My knititng therapist (um, my friend Erica) once told me to just "stop putting so much s--t in my bag", after hearing me complain about the broken zipper. She made it sound so simple that I figured I could actually do it.
I paid her for her groundbreaking advice and decided that she was right.
So, I ordered myself another bag for a fresh start.
This bag was $20 and was the ONLY thing I was planning to buy. But you have to spend at least $50 for free shipping. Since I was a mere 30 bucks away, another click of the mouse took me from having that one bag to having this too:
Don't judge me because I NEEDED this. Honest. Have you SEEN the socks in this book? I'm not an avid sock knitter but this book makes me want to be one. You know, I owned the book at one time. However, I made the mistake of showing the book to Erica on her birthday and she jokingly asked for it. And I gave it to her. See, I have another problem. I like to give stuff to people.
I still hadn't hit 50 bucks yet, so I HAD to order just one more thing. I remembered that I coveted Melissa Leapman's "Continuous Cables" after seeing it in Borders a couple of days prior. Many of you know that I'm a bit of a cable junkie.
Finally, two became three: