|Well, that explains it then.|
I originally cast on the number the pattern calls for (following the advice of the shop owner whose sample I was inspired by), but once I'd finished the yellow I realized it was both too short and too wide. So last Tuesday I ripped it out and started over with 20 fewer stitches.
It's nothing but plain stockinette for miles (with a wee bit of increasing and decreasing to get the bias effect), but that makes it perfect for knitting while reading, watching the husband play video games, or TV.
I'm nearly done with the red, and after that it's two colors to go.
I've also been working on When You Wish by Amy Kenagy. It's coming along nicely. I have another 10 rows or so of lace, and then I have to parse the knitted bind off. I've never knit backwards before, so that should be fun.
I've also got Morgan's second sock in my purse for emergencies. You know... knitting emergencies.
It does occur to me that some concentrated effort on my part would probably yield better results than my current scattershot approach.
In my defense, that's only three of the 15+ projects I currently have on needles or hooks.
In light of that, I'm being practically monogamous.