travel projects

My carry-on bags are packed and in the morning I leave for the TNNA Winter Show in San Diego. I do my best to pack light, this year is no exception. The part I struggle with the most is what projects to bring. Now with tablets/ereaders I don’t have to schlep piles of books, but I almost always second guess my projects. I like small projects.

I’ve decided to bring a design in Anzula Haiku that I need to knit now that the pattern is written, I’d wanted to release it in December, but a bad cold led to long-lasting bronchitis (I’m still coughing). I’m also bringing a bunch of needles, crochet hooks, stitch markers, and a tapestry needle. I’m also bringing my little turkish spindle and some Happy Fuzzy Yarn. The only thing I’m missing is a sock, but that’s ok. I’m hoping to swatch through some yarn samples and that will keep me busy. I keep projects tidy and safe from the rigors of traveling in my Tom Bihn Yarn Stuff Sacks and various box bags and zipper pouches. I bought the fun geek print from Andi Smith last year.

How do you choose travel projects?

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