It was all part of the master plan.
I wouldn't blog for an age and then wham, bam, pow would hit you with FO after FO and knock the socks off you all.
And you would say to yourself, damn, how the hell does she do all that and, you know, still bathe?
And then you would get off the computer and turn to your friends and family and say "I know a knitter that knits an item a day, .... do too.......too......too!" And all of your friends and family would so amazed that you have such talented friends and you would be so special for the whole day (you know not that you aren't special already, just more special.....).
See I was thinking of you.
But then I remembered Ravelry and how easy it is to see how bloody long these things have taken.
Ah well, the best laid plans................
So I give you:
A spare skein of Noro Kureyon + a need for a quick travelling project =
Mitts in the rhubard patch (for all of you still in the middle of winter)
Made from a few leftover skeins of Knitpicks Merino, add a few bells and you have a ball that is irresistible to all ages. Even I have spent the past few days pretending I was one of those famous basketball players that I can remember from all the ads but don't remember the name, you know the big bloke with the big hands. Yep that has been me. See I have knit me a basketball dream.....