My only regret is that my personal crafting time has gone completely out the window. And when I do have time to knit what I want to knit, I get that guilty feeling that reminds me that it's not going to help my little business in any way by knitting someone else's yarn with someone else's pattern.
And I have had a happy couple weeks designing away on 6 new projects in 3 new yarns. But the State Fair is coming up, and I've got 3 entry tags with no projects attached.
I put a couple hours in to the scrap-eater afghan, and it is going to be a lot of work, but it might be doable. After I finish attaching the row of circles I've got started, it will be 16 squares tall and wide, and my plan is 16 by 18. I might decide to make it 18 by 20 though since I love a big blanket, but then it wouldn't go to the Fair this year. Decisions, decisions. There's going to be a border to it, but that won't add more than 2 inches. Tubby Custard thinks it's great exactly as it is...
Here are a couple pictures of the projects I'm playing with for Good For Ewe, the first is a future baby blanket in the yarn "Chord", the second is a hat in "Sultry Steps". Both patterns (and a few more) will be available in print within a few weeks.