UFOs and PIGS
David categorizes my projects. If I've started it and not finished, it's a UFO. Everyone knows about those, and I have more than my share. But if I haven't started it, it's PIGS (projects in grocery sacks). These are separate from just "stash", which is undifferentiated yarn and fabric for which I have no particular project in mind just yet.
Here are a few of the most current UFOs and PIGS. UFOs first:
Lone Star quilt in process, from a Jinny Beyer kit (Kalimantan).
Socks for friends, Socks for Soldiers.
Great American Afghan squares blocking. Trees are to be appliqued onto a plain blue block.
From SAFF last weekend; the "no shopping much" trip! Clockwise from top left: "Candycane" Jacob wool in dark brown and natural; wooland silk blend in hand dyed colors that just sang to me; lucky find - buttons to match the wool!; alpaca from a farm not far from here, near Gallatin, TN; new Bosworth midi spindle; a pound of kid mohair yarn.
Brown Corriedale roving.
These are, of course, by no means all of the UFO's or PIGS. I need to stay busy - I'm running out of room!