A severe case of finaphobia

by | Feb 4, 2006 | Uncategorized

I’m working on repeat 11 of my leaf lace shawl. The plan is 12 repeats and then edging. It’s getting closer. The taste of victory. So would you like to know what I did yesterday? Ahhh yes.

I went to the “other” LYS. I petted a bunch of dk weight yarns. I bought a couple of balls of perle 8 cotton. I want to make another sort of cuff or bracelet with beads. They had lovely silver perle 8. Yummy!

Then I went to the LYS. The one I prefer. I petted more dk yarns. The owner was kind enough to let me see the pattern on her computer so that I could decide which one was best. I ended buying a ball of cascade indulgence in a lovely shade of muted wine. And some 16″ size 5 circs. And I came home and strung beads and cast on.


Why would I cast on for a new project, with money I really shouldn’t have spent, and needles I had to buy, instead of working on any of the million UFO’s I have floating around in my house? Besides, this is freaking Florida. I don’t need a hat. Like ever.

I’m attributing it to finaphobia. The fear of finishing things. Yes, oh yes, I made that word up. I felt it was justified.

1 Comment

  1. Karyn

    that pattern is so pretty i can’t help myself either. i’m gonna make it and wear it, i don’t care if it’s 90 degrees or 30!


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