Well, to be honest, I've been feeling it for a wee little while now.
It's all Elizabeth Zimmermann's fault; although I doubt she ever knit with Noro, the blame is definitely hers... well, sort of.
It began fairly innocently, as these things usually do. My LYS EZ KAL night; April's task was the Mystery Blanket. To me nothing says mitered squares like gradient yarn, and well my LYS stocks Noro. I decided to do a couple of squares in Noro Kureyon.., just enough for a wee little lap rug for Toby.
Innocent start really. Fast forward a couple of weeks, 6 balls and 15 squares later we have this rug awaiting its border.
Well, that was the plan, but......
When I looked at it, I sort of decided it needed another row of squares, rather than 5 x 3, it needed to be 5 x 4.
And so now, I've cracked a seventh ball, and have three squares to knit before I start on the border.
In the mean time I've also cast on a milo for my rainbow girl... in noro silk garden lite.
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