An evening to waste?


I’ve got the weirdest kind of knitting stress. I have a nice long evening of knitting, the first in a long while (yesteday I didn’t knit a single stitch, can you imagine!?) and I am like the donkey between two stacks of hay, I can’t decide what to knit. I’ve had the highest of hopes for this evening and now, I don’t know. I have finished my at-home-knitting and my on-the-go-knitting, both of which were almost done. I should start another baby sweater but I think it’s too late to wind yarn (or is it?). I could weave in ends or try to block something but the printer is still in the way and really, weaving in ends? Right now? When I haven’t had a decent knitting evening in forever? I could just continue with my other work in progress, but there is no hurry in that one, and I could tend to the unruly sock¬†but that one is in no hurry either. I can’t shake the feeling that there is something urgent I should cast on but I think that is due to my resolution to have all Christmas gifts done early so that I can spend the last week before Christmas sipping whiskey, knitting for myself, and I don’t want to “waste” a knitting evening knitting the “wrong” thing. There is a vest I need to make but I haven’t bought the yarn for that one yet and I guess I should either wind yarn, do something about the sock or just knit on that work in progress.

Either way, I should really make a decision right now before it’s too late to knit at all because that would really be a waste of a perfectly good knitting evening.