1. Five Way Cable Shrug
This only managed to keep my attention for a very short period of time before I realized, not only did I not want to make it, I reeeeaaallly did not want to make it!
2. Echo Mobius
Sounded like a good idea and I was going to use some of the first yarn I spun and dyed, but, well, blecchh.
3. Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf
Laceweight? Really now, what was I thinking. I am not sure why I bought either of the two yarns I planned on holding together to make this. At some point you have to come to grips with the realization that there really are some impulse yarn purchases that you regret.
4. February Lady Sweater, Tubey, Amused
The Lady will likely not ever be seen on my needles again. My dearest one has noted that I have a tendency to always knit the same styles (one button cardigans and cardigans with floppy, drapey fronts). He may have also made note of my love of round toed ballet or other type flat shoes, but what does Mr. Sweatshirt Over My Regular Shirt Every Stinkin' Day know? Tubey...I really have no explanation. Ditto for Amused. Neither of those are sweater styles that I would even purchase ready-made.
Now, I realize that loads of people have made and like/love each of the above pieces, but they were just not me. If I do not completely love something, why would I want to invest my valuable time to make it? This is just the short list of started and stopped projects. Things change, moods change, preferences change. Gotta love a craft that allows you to start, or even complete a project, and then if you change your mind, all you have to do is rip it out, give it a little soak and spend hours perusing pattern after pattern until you find the next "that's the ticket" idea?
Jack doesn't care about any of this. Then again, this is a dog that likes to lay down while he eats.