I gave each sweater a two-letter code and indicated whether buttons were required (because I will need to shop) -- and made a rough plan. I'm going to have to double check a couple of patterns -- not only the button situation, but also refresh my memory as to required finish knitting for each project: button bands or collars? button bands and collars? pockets or just pocket flaps?
There's an all day -- 8-9 hours, at least -- photography workshop on the 27th to keep in mind, but even so, I think I can do it. I think I can, I think I can, I think I can! I should have a finished sweater to wear to the workshop. I should have two or three to choose from!
I've planned it a little heavy toward the beginning of festivities and a bit lighter toward the end, just so I have some space to make adjustments and move things around, if needed. I'm gonna need some space, man, in every imaginable way. Finish work can be brutal on my hands, wrists, arms, elbows, shoulders, neck, back, hips, knees, ankles, feet... maybe I'm exaggerating... a little. I might need to pace myself, though; maybe I should book a mid-way massage.
The desired outcome will be a finished vest for my mother, a finished sweater for Madeleine, THREE finished sweaters for me (or two finished and one frogged), a finished baby sweater, and a gold medal!
Tonight's events: I'll be filling the sink during Opening Ceremonies to prepare Maddy's sweater for blocking; removing the set-in sleeves from Coup d'Etat to prep that for re-soaking, re-blocking, and re-sewing; and casting on for the front (or back, I don't remember which I've already done) of my Habu sweater. Do you think that's too much? Heh.