When I got up this morning, I knew what I wanted to get done, but I had trouble bridging the gap between thinking about what needed to be done and actually doing it.
Top on my list was to finish the eight remaining chair leg socks needed to outfit all of my kitchen chairs with fresh chair leg socks, but somehow, instead of making chair leg socks, I found myself doing other things, none of which got me closer to my goal.
Realizing that day might slip away from me entirely if I didn’t do something, I decided to clean a table that had been particularly hard hit by my state fair effort:
I hoped that cleaning this table might be the key to unlocking some finishing mojo for the chair leg socks.
Here is how it looked ten minutes into my effort:
While the situation had improved, the table was still not ready for prime time or visitors, so I put another ten minutes into cleaning it to see where that got me.
Stripes came over to inspect my work:
While I clearly wasn’t done, it did seem I was getting closer, so I continued.
Here is how it looked after another ten minutes:
and here is how it looked when it was finally done:
With my table cleared off, I had no more reasons to put off the chair leg socks, so I got to work, and as I started on the first of eight, I realized that it would be much quicker to do them in an assembly line fashion, and in relatively short order, I had the first three rounds of eight chair leg socks crocheted and in need of having the starting ends woven in and trimmed:
From there, the weaving in of ends when quickly:
Leaving me to finish the five final rounds of chair leg sock-to-be, which I did.
Here are the eight chair socks I finished today in a group photo with the five I finished earlier in the week:
and now that all of the chair legs socks for my kitchen chairs are done, I can move onto what is next.