I work at a store, and work from home. Most mornings are for Lucky Penny work. It's when I do my commission pieces. That could include a custom sweater, or some repair work. The repair can be kind of depressing for someone who loves natural fibers. Things that I have been procrastinating on are a reconstruction of a child's sweater that the knitter had not used a pattern. Five pieces that don't fit, in nasty acrylic yarn that need to be assembled. The only way I could achieve that is to re-knit parts. Not looking forward to it. There's a baby sweater that needs assembly. More nasty, kinky acrylic yarn. I have two Christmas stockings in progress. I'm hoping that they are all gone by month's end.
Tuesdays are for me. I used to teach on Tuesday evening, but lately I love having a whole day and night for myself. My day off may include an excursion to the laundromat or to the grocery store for ingredients for a real supper in the evening, but there is always knitting. I knit for my own wardrobe, and for LaMad. This is a sweater from my book. I had knit all the samples, except for two. All of the sizes. When I opened the suitcase containing the book samples for the photo shoot, I was taken by how much knitting that actually was. I had only knit one sample of this sweater. A few weeks ago someone in the store was speaking about knitting the Shadow sweater for her dog, and I thought that Madeline could use one. It's Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride, wool/mohair blend, one of my staples for dog sweaters.