Peacock Plans

You may remember I plan to use the fabrics on the left with the gray grunge jelly roll on the right. Cause I know you have nothing better to do than focus all your attention on my plans!!! OK, so maybe not. Well, I had no idea what I was going to do with these fabs, just knew they would become a something. Knew they HAD to become a something. But what?

Well, I have found that something. A “Not-So” Scrappy Granny Square. I don’t know why, but the colors just scream use me in this block! I am not sure how I will place the fabrics, I am thinking I will change it up and show each color in different spots. All I need to do, to determine their placement, is to take a photo in great light and then change it to mono to show the contrast levels of each fabric. Then I can decide which way to radiate them from the center.

In knitting news, more afghan squares and more baby hats are happening. Maybe I should look back at the other Challenges/Goals I planned to work on in February? Like the cabled wrap-that-will-be-turned-into-a-poncho-instead and the Cameo Flower Shawl that will-continue-on-as-a-shawl? Maybe this weekend. We will have furry guests, so knitting is the best option to keep a watchful eye on the one who is still a puppy-who-doesn’t-know-how-to-do-his-business-outside!

In non choosing-a-quilt-design dilemmas, how should one handle comment responses? I used to email any that had an attached addy, or comment on their blog if not. But then I started responding to the comments on the blog post. And now I feel like I should respond with email. I am so confused! What’s your take on the proper way to handle this. There was even a time I didn’t respond at all, which is just rude. Well, maybe not rude, definitely not rude if that’s how you handle it, but that definitely doesn’t feel right to me. So, help a blogger out here.

OK, I’m done. It’s time to get back to whatever I was doing.

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Author: chrisknits

A knitter, sewist, quilter, mom, wife, and doodle lover!, but not necessarily in that order. Just ask my family, they'll tell you who comes first. Psst, it's the doodles!

17 thoughts on “Peacock Plans”

  1. Good plans all the way around! Isn’t it funny how things just speak to you? I get that with yarn. I’m just not always good about listening.
    The comments are a hard one. I answer mine in the comments particularly if there is a question because I figure someone else might have the same question. I’ll email if the answer is too involved or is a huge tangent. I hope you figure out what works for you.

    1. Thanks, I hope I can get to this soon before I decide to not do it for whatever reason! Like all those must knits that I never cast on. You can relate? As to comments I guess the easiest is replying on blog, but then I never go back and see if someone has responded to my comments on their blog, so maybe I will think on it a bit more.

  2. If there is an ettiquite I haven’t spotted it. I repond to comments within my blog, unless they are months late and I never heard of the person making the comment when I assume they are fishing for comments on their own blog. I do think it rude not to respond to comments.

    1. Thanks for offering your thoughts. I guess I just don’t want to appear rude or aloof. But then, I don’t expect replies to comments I make, so maybe I am over thinking it.

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