Progress on Daybreak was going strong until a few days ago when I started to feel my wrists getting a little numb. Then the throbbing began. As a knitter, I try not to ignore any signals that my body sends me relating to repetitive stress injury. So now I am taking a short break until the pain goes away. The time spent not knitting is being replaced by aimlessly surfing through ravelry for future projects. And so now there is quite a compilation of things that I want to knit in the next few months. Just as soon as my wrists cooperate! While on ravelry, I decided to zero out my queue. While I think it's a great feature to have available, I really did not use it to its full potential. My usual method of deciding what project to knit next involves browsing through things that I had added to my favorites list and seeing what catches my eye. Sometimes it's like looking through my old high school yearbook and wondering,"What was I thinking?" But more often I'll find a million things that I need to cast on for ASAP. I've also found great inspiration by reading everyone's blogs on WIP WEDNESDAYS WITH TAMI'S AMIS, so check it out if you haven't already! For now, here's some closeup shots of the middle striped section of Daybreak.