Or how my knitting brain finally got a break and came up with something to journal here again.
So, my iPhone died. Which is whatever I guess (I do need to get a cheap replacement for a little while so my child can call me when he gets home from school), but it meant that I had no music to run to tonight.
Now, a year ago, this would have s*cked, big time. But I'm now enough in the groove of running 3 miles that I no longer NEED music to get my pace set and jolly me through it. So I was running and looking at the clouds, which were all pink and red and purple, and thinking about knitting (duh) and thought how pretty they looked. How nice it would be in a fair isle, except Alice Starmore already did that one and it's honestly not really my palette anyway. Hmmm, palette - knitpicks, mmmmm, that idea I had for using an Islamic mosaic tile pattern for color inspiration last winter - I really like the idea of the blues and yellow golds with little shots of turquoise and lavender. But coming up with a whole fair isle design and placing all that? Oof, exhausting. But wait - that could be PERFECT for another stained glass pullover - work it at the original gauge with 2 sets of palette stranded together, background would be blues and the panes would be golds.
In other news, I finished Vitamin D and LOVE IT, but I need to wash it again because my handdyed wants to bleed on me. Yuck. I also am making some dull mittens to take a brain rest and use up some yarn and have a comfy fingering swatch in the dryer right now so I can see about making a lightweight cotton cardigan, like the Featherweight by Hannah Fetig.
No pics, well, no phone. Yes, we have a camera, but I don't know where it is.