Rather odd idea in my brain this past month -
a round bag that also looks like a lampshade:
A very squat, stand-up-all-by-itself sort of bag
with an equally stand-up-on-its-own strap
(so it can be toted all over town
or detached so it can sit on the floor and moonlight
lampshade regular old fabric bucket)
and a look-what-else-I-can-do personality.
I have no clue why I made it. See, it appeared it my
mind, filled with balls of yarn and knitting needles.
When I don't knit!
Still, I obeyed my brain and made it. And for want of a
better name, I called it The Craft Bag because
I think that's the job it wants. I love the colors -
makes it look quite at home on the deck of a boat.
And I love its roundness (of course).
But when it was all finished, I looked at it and it
puzzled me. So I let it sit around the house for a few
days and I still don't know what to do with it.
It's one of the rare things I've made that I feel no urge
to mass-produce. Odd. I think I made it just to stop
being haunted by the idea. And now, what to do with it?