A knitting crossroads

I am in the home stretch of The Sweater That Would Not Be Finished. I have one sleeve-and-side seam to complete. The burning question comes to mind: what next? I have SO MANY choices. I could finish a few other languishing projects: the socks for my husband for which I chose a yarn too splitty for the twisted stitches, the tree skirt I started years ago, or whatever’s in that bag I’m afraid to look in. I could knit a uterus and send it to a clueless Congressman. I could start a baby sweater kit that I fear my last baby is already too large to wear. I could start one of the 193 items in my Ravelry queue. Or, what I feel I should do: finish the TKGA Level 2 requirements. Without checking, I think I have a couple book reviews, the history of knitting report, and the vest to do.

I’m paralyzed. A glut of possibilities and a dearth of time. What to do, dear readers, what to do?

About The International Knitter of Mystery

If I told you about me, I wouldn't be The International Knitter of MYSTERY, now would I? But I can tell you that "Danger" is my middle name.
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