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June 25, 2012

Next Sunday is the first day of the second year of projects, so this must be the last post of this years! I’ve really enjoyed working through my list this year, and I’ve definitely learnt a lot – like how to knit, lol! I changed my list a lot last year, so this year I’m going to try to stick to my list more. I’m also going to make my list a bit more vague and give myself space to choose some patterns later.

There’s just time to show you what I’ve been working on this week, before we get on to next year’s list. I’ve been working pretty hard on my Lacey Tunic this week. I want to get to the the body finished before the end of the month, so that I’d just have to get the cowl neck and the sleeves done before I hand it in. I’m really nervous about it! I’ve tried it on and it fits nicely so far, fingers crossed the rest will work out. I’m also not sure I have enough yarn to finish it. The colourway I have has been discontinued and I can’t find anyone with the same colourway that’s willing to sell it. So my plan is to trim it with white if I’m a little short and I can change the cowl neck if I need to as well.

I had serious issuses this weekend when I tried to settle on something to knit quickly for my HPKCHC homework this month. I cast on three or four different things, but this is all that has survived. It will become a little squish owl – hopefully at a very rapid rate! I think I might change the eyes and just make the circles completely white with safety eyes. I’m skipping the fair isle on this one to get it done faster, but I think I’ll make more of these later and try out different patterns on them.

My new list is nearly ready. I have 6 shawls on it, with space fore six more. I love making shawls so I’m leaving plenty of room for more. I might try designing more after this one is finished too, because I’ve really enjoyed doing it so far. Hats – three hats plus calorimetry are on my list, but I might add in another for my husband. The cowl list only has one on it so far, but I’m leaving space for at least two more on this list. I have three vests chosen. I wear them all the time over my shirts for work and I’d like to make a few for myself. They’ll also be perfect for Phoenix projects for the house cup. I have three jumpers on the list too. Tubey and Blisco are both making a reappearance and the third I’m considering is Collins but I haven’t decided yet as it involves lots of seaming and I’m not sure I’m ready for that yet. At least three pairs of fingerless gloves will be making an appearance, including New Era which were also on this year’s list. On top of this I’ll be stash busting – I’m going to aim to use up the rest of my cotton for wash cloths. I’m also scrapping any attempts to make a blanket. I’ve tried and I’ve failed and I have no motivation! So I’m going to use up as much of the acrylic as I can. Expect to see it turning into teddies and monsters! By next week the list shold be finalised and posted!

June 11, 2012

Another week has flown by and we’ve only a few weeks of the first year of projects. I’ve already started planning my list for next year and sometime soon I’m going to sort out a round up post for the last year – I think it’ll be interesting to see how much my list has changed! If you’d like to join in, now is the perfect time and you can sign up here – we love getting new members and the more the better!

My lacey Tunic has been going along quite nicely. I’m really happy with how it’s coming out. I’ve just tried it on again so it’s on a lifeline just now. I’ve discovered that I actually want it to be about 15 inches long so I’m going to have to add in more pattern repeats, but I don’t think I’ll need any extra decreases since I’m about to pass my waist. I really love the lace pattern, and it’s really easy knitting.

This one isn’t strictly a Year of Projects project, but it is one of my homework projects for the HPKCHC. It’s going to be a Penelope the Empathetic Monster in Ravenclaw colours for quidditch. I’ve loved Rebecca Danger’s monster patterns for ages and I think I’m going to have to ask for the book for my birthday. I need to finish this one by Friday so it’s going to get a lot of attention this week. I got five patterns at the weekend with her “Pick 5” offer and Penelope seemed a good place to start. I think though, with future monster I might hold the yarn double to get a bigger one.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – In Progress
Momijigari
1 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris – 88 yrds/574 yrds used!
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished
Mezquita Shawl – Finished
Nightlock Shawl – Finished
Dragonscale Face Cloth – Finished
Tunisian Wash Cloth – Finished

May 28, 2012

Scotland seems to be in the middle of summer just now. We’ve had gorgeous sun and practically no wind for nearly a week now. Hopefully it will last until next weekend, because Saturday is gala day in my parent’s village and we’re going down to help out, it’s also the bank holiday weekend for the Queen’s Jubilee and for once I have the time off too.

The Bacchus Shawl and I have had another disagreement. This time I decided that I wasn’t sure if the yarn was soft enough for a shawl. I took the swatch I’d made and washed and blocked it, but it didn’t really soften up at all. I think I’m just going to frog it and try again later with different yarn. Right now it just doesn’t feel like this is meant to be, and I need the needles for my own design anyway. Speaking of which, the yellow at the bottom of the photo is a swatch from my shawl design. I have lots to talk about tomorrow!

I have finally been allowed to start my Lacey Tunic. I’m doing it as an Order of the Pheonix mission. Cast on was yesterday and the deadline for finishing is July 22nd so hopefully with motivation I’ll be able to get this finished and ready to wear before summer is over. I love how it is knitting up so far. I swatched a little while ago, and I’m making the 48″ size. My gauge was quite small and maths as well as other projects on Ravelry say this should work. I love the pattern so far. It’s really easy to memorise. The pattern only had written instructions for the lace so I charted it for myself since I find it easier to remember my place that way. I’ve done two repeats and it’s three inches long. Decreases start at four inches so half a repeat and I should be there. I did put it on a life line after the first repeat and it’s a good fit on my hips so it’s a promising start.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – In Progress
Momijigari
1 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris – 88 yrds/574 yrds used!
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished
Mezquita Shawl – Finished
Nightlock Shawl – Finished
Dragonscale Face Cloth – Finished
Tunisian Wash Cloth – Finished

May 21, 2012

Blogger seem to have upgraded their interface again over the weekend. I normally blog from work where we are still on IE 7. As a result, I can’t get the post page to work at work, so I’m going to have to get used to posting at home and scheduling my posts for the next morning. This might mean that my Year of Projects posts actually go out on a Sunday like everyone else’s though!

My Bacchus Shawl has made no progress. In fact it’s actually gone backwards. I wasn’t happy with how loose the knit looked on 5mm needles so I swatched it with my 4.5mm needles, decided I liked it better and started again. I’ve added in enough stitches for 3 more repeats to make up the difference in length so it’s taking even longer. I only just cast it on again yesterday and I’m about halfway through the first row. The photo is from last week since it really isn’t work taking another one at this point!
The first Year of Projects and the second is starting in July so I need to get my new list ready and do a summary post soon. If you’re interested in joining in, now’s a great time to! On Sunday I can finally start work on my Lacey Tunic. I’m really looking forward to it. I’m doing it as an “Order of the Pheonix” mission for the HPKCHC so I can’t cast on till the 27th. I’m also designing a shawl for another HPKCHC challenge, and I’m going to post updates about that on Tuesdays when I have something new to report.
My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – Swatched
Bacchus Shawl – In progress
Momijigari
1 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris – 88 yrds/574 yrds used!
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished
Mezquita Shawl – Finished
Nightlock Shawl – Finished
Dragonscale Face Cloth – Finished
Tunisian Wash Cloth – Finished

May 14, 2012

The weeks seem to be rolling by so fast this year! May is already well underway and it sometimes feels like summer is just around the corner – and then it rains and seems more like winter again. We were at my parents on Saturday and the swallows were starting to fix up their nest. They nest at the front door where we can see them sitting in their nest and see the babies sticking their heads out to be fed which is really cute, and when the swallows come home it’s one of the first signs that summer really is on it’s way.

I’ve been very busy on the knitting front this week. I finished my Nightlock Shawl on Thursday and managed to get it blocked and the ends sewn in in time to show it off to my parents on Saturday. Five hundred stitches in the last few rows were nearly the end of me! It took forever to go back and forth. Every second row started off increasing by four stitches, but as soon as the spikes started there were 22 stitches new stitches in every increase row so it got a lot bigger very quickly towards the end.

I really love the shawl. The length is perfect for wrapping round my shoulders nicely and it’s deep enough to be comfortably warm. The yarn is Knit Picks Pallet and it’s really soft – softer than I expected in fact. It’s really nice and warm and I love the way the colours work together. I had another problem, like my rocketship shawl, where I found a dropped stitch after I’d blocked it, but I managed to pick it up nicely and save it.

I’ve finally tried entrelac. I like the results but I wasn’t that keen on the process. I find picking up stitches really awkward, so it was probably really good practice for me! The yarn I used was the left overs from my Snowbaby hat a while ago. I’m going to turn this into a needle book. I have felt to sew in for the pages and I’ll probably crochet a loop for a button to keep it closed. I’m always losing my needles so hopefully I can be good and put them back in here and keep track of them!

I’ve also made a face cloth. This one has a seed stitch border and the lace pattern is Dragonscale I really liked the pattern, although I had a lot of problems at the end of the third repeat when I kept missing different yarn overs and ended up ripping back at least three times. I really like the cloth and I think it’ll be a great addition to our bathroom, where we definitely need more face cloths.

Since I finished the shawl on Thursday, the face cloth on Saturday and the entrelac last night, I don’t actually have anything else I’ve made progress on. I am about to set to work with my Drops Fabel yarn. I’ve had the yarn since last year sometime. I was going to make it into a Usoa Shawl, but I really prefer the long cresent shawls I’ve been making recently to the triangular ones I’ve made before, so it’s going to become a Bacchus Shawl instead and hopefully I’ll be casting on tonight.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Needle Book – Nearly done
Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – Swatched
Bacchus Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
1 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris – 88 yrds/574 yrds used!
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished
Mezquita Shawl – Finished
Nightlock Shawl – Finished
Dragonscale Face Cloth – Finished
Tunisian Wash Cloth – Finished

May 7, 2012

Have you ever had one of those mornings when nothing would go right? This morning I woke up at 8:11. I’m normally at work by 7:50; I couldn’t find a pair of socks (although I did at least manage two black socks); the cash machine swallowed my husband’s card without even asking for the PIN; hopefully the rest of the day will go better!

I got quite a bit of progress done this week. First up the Mezquita shawl for my friend is finished and ready four months before her birthday. I might block it again before I wrap it up for her, because I think some of the points on one side could do with a little more stretching. The outside section of lace isn’t quite as open as the inside. I really happy with how it’s turned out though. It’s longer than my arms can reach so it should be a great scarf and it’s deep enough to be a shawl in summer.

The Nightlock shawl is coming along nicely. I love how the colours are working up for this one. I’m completely in love with this pattern. It’s really easy. The increases are on one row and the second is just knit all and repeat – a lot! The spikes are starting to appear and I’m pretty close to finishing already. Just a few more rows of silver, then some more stripes and it’s done. I have to say though, that top down shawls that start with 5 stitches and increase to over five hundred are not my favourites – every row just takes that little bit longer so you slow down just as you want to rush to the finish.

I learnt a new technique this week: Tunisian crochet. I enjoyed it although it did feel pretty awkward to begin with and I made a couple of mistakes where I think I did a knitting YO instead of a crochet one. But I’m happy with how it turned out and I’ll be putting it in the kitchen after I’ve woven in the ends and submitted it for HPKCHC homework! The House Cup is pretty good motivation for getting on with those face cloths that have been sitting on the end of my Year of Projects list for ages! The pattern for this one is Tunisian Knit Stitch Washcloth and the instructions are pretty good, although I used a video on youtube just to make it easier.

This week I’m going to try and go through my stash and assign a project to every yarn I have as a way to motivate myself to use up my stash and in preparation for next years Year of Projects list. I like the idea of having something already planned for any of my stashed yarns and hopefully it’ll get me using them up faster.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Nightlock – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – Swatched
Usoa Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
1 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris – 32 yrds/574 yrds used!
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Needle Book – Trying out entrelac (leftovers of blanket yarn)
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished
Mezquita Shawl – Finished

April 30, 2012

Last week was Knit and Crochet Blog week, which was a lot of fun. I didn’t get one up yesterday because firstly I’m not great at posting at the weekend – hence why this post always happens on a Monday, and secondly I wasn’t feeling great yesterday so I had a nap which took the whole afternoon!  I really enjoyed blog week, but now I’m looking forward to getting back to my normal blogging routine.

I finished knitting the Mezquita Shawl for my friend last week. It just needs to be blocked and have the ends woven in which I’ll do this week. The Harry Potter House Cup starts tomorrow, so I’ll be handing this in for detention. I’m really looking forward to this term, and hopefully I’ll be motivated to get a lot done. I’ve been sorted into Ravenclaw, which is my favourite house, so I’ll be trying to hand in things from my Year of Projects list for as many classes as possible.

This is a swatch for the Lacey Tunic. I really want to make a top of some sort, but Tubey and I have had quite a few disagreements recently so I’m putting it to one side until about September. I was originally going to use this yarn for Blisco but I don’t think I have enough yarn for it – not enough that I’m confident about it anyway. So I’m nearly ready to cast on for this one. The gauge swatch below is definitely not on gauge. Instead of 18 stitches in 4 inches I have 24. I also have a 34″ chest so instead of making the 36″ chest size I’m making the 48″ chest size and what with my tighter gauge and the fact it’s a couple of stitches smaller, it should be a nice fit. Hopefully. I’ve checked other projects on Ravelry and its worked out for other people with the same problems so that gives me confidence. Once it gets long enough I’ll try it on and I can always leave out some of the decreases if I need to.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Mezquita Shawl – In Progress
Lacey Tunic – Swatched
Usoa Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
2 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Needle Book – Trying out entrelac (leftovers of blanket yarn)
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished

April 22, 2012

This should be a short post today – I’ve been very busy but not on many projects. I finished my Rocketship Shawl this week and I love it. I’m really happy with how the lace pattern came out and the length is great, it makes it really versatile. The yarn is merino/silk and its so soft and warm to wear. I got to show it off to my parents today and they really liked it too. My mum doesn’t knit any more but she used to and I like being able to talk to her about what I’ve been doing.

The other thing I’ve been working on is my  Mezquita Shawl. This is going to be a birthday present for one of my friends. Her birthday is in September but I want to be organised and not panic so I’m making things well in advance. The lace border was really easy for this one – it was practically the same as the Happy Lavender Shawl I’m doing. I’ve already finished the border and I’m getting through the short rows pretty fast so this should be done very soon.

Here’s the lists!

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Tubey – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Mezquita Shawl – In Progress
Usoa Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
2 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Needle Book – Trying out entrelac (leftovers of blanket yarn)
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished
Rocketship Shawl – Finished

April 16, 2012

I’ve been making loads of progress this week and I’m really happy with how everything is going. Yesterday I had the perfect afternoon, curled up in my chair, listening to music, reading and knitting away. I read about half my book and finished it – which means I get to buy a new book too! Altogether it was a perfect Sunday afternoon.

First up the Garter Ruffles Shawl is finished! I love this shawl. It’s a good length to wear either as a shawl or a scarf, and it’s warm, silky and squooshy, plus I love the colour. The crochet chain along the back did wonders to help the ruffles stand out, although the picture isn’t great and really doesn’t help you see them. It’s a really good easy pattern too.

Next up is the Rocketship Shawl. I am completely in love with this again! I’m on the short rows and it’s going perfectly. It’s easy and uncomplicated and I can read while I knit. I’ve put markers in where I do the wrap and turn so it’s super easy to remember when I’m turning. I knit the short row before + 4 more stitches each turn so I think I have 12 more short rows, then 2 more rows across everything and I’m done/ I’m really hoping to get this one finished and blocked by the weekend, since we’re seeing my parents then, and I like showing my mum what I’ve made!

Out of it’s long hibernation, my Happy Lavender scarf has woken up! I still really like this scarf, but it has to fit into a special place in my rotation. It isn’t a complicated pattern at all but I do need to count to four a lot, and if I’m not paying attention I have a tendancy to just knit straight over the yarn overs, so this is going to be easy TV watching knitting and definately not reading knitting! Everything from the last dark green stripe up is new, so I’ve done a good few inches.

I haven’t really done enough on my Tubey since Wednesday to be worth posting about. It’s still only a little longer than last week. I’ll get more done on it tomorrow hopefully during our D&D night, if I can finish the Rocketship Shawl tonight/tomorrow. I’ve wound the first of my gift yarns into a ball and it’s ready for me to cast on a Mezquita Shawl very soon.

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Rocketship Shawl – In Progress
Tubey – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Happy Lavender Scarf – In Progress
Usoa Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
Mezquita Shawl – Got Yarn
2 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Needle Book – Trying out entrelac (leftovers of blanket yarn)
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished
Garter Ruffles Scarf – Finished

April 9, 2012

Easter is almost over now, but while most people are relaxing on their bank holiday, I back at work again. Bank holidays don’t happen in our office! I hope everyone had a good Easter, we went down to my parents yesterday and had a good time, and saw my baby (aged 21) brother too. I also got quite a lot of knitting done so all in all it was a good day.

I’ve been busily working away at three things this week and I feel like I’ve got much more done this time. First up is the Rocketship Shawl. I’ve been doing about two rows a day this week and I’m finally past all the bobbles. I really hated doing them! The last four rows are pretty plain and shoud be fairly easy going and then I’ll be on to doing the short rows and that should be much easier and more fun. Once I’ve worked out how the short rows work that is. There’s a formula to repeat for each row, adding more stitches each time to make the curved shape so I’m just going to wait and work it out when I get there and I can see what I’m really doing.

Next up is the Garter Ruffles Scarf. This one is coming along nicely and I’m really happy with it. I’m just about to add another ball of yarn so I’m now two thirds of the way through. I just have one ball of yarn to go, then because the silk and alpaca is so drapey I’m going to do a crochet chain along the edge of the ruffles to give them a little more support and help them stand out.

Last up is my jumper. I ripped out the sleeve I had done and now I’m making the sleeve up in 3×1 rib. I’m a lot happier with how it’s going now. The fabric feels left stiff and softer and I love the stretch in it. I just need a few more inches before I start adding in stripes of the cream and black. I haven’t decided how I’m going to do that yet. I think I’ll just work it out as I go! I also haven’t decided how I’m going to finish off the sleeves. Right now I’m thinking of making them three quarter length, and finishing with a couple of inches of 2×2 rib. I really like working on this one. It doesn’t really take any concentration and I can read while I do it. As long as I can keep on at a good speed, I might have a new jumper by next winter!

My Year of Projects Lists

To Do/In Progress


Garter Ruffles Scarf – In Progress
Hairpin Lace Blanket – In Progress
Rocketship Shawl – In Progress
Tubey – In Progress
Pin Cushion – In Progress
Blisco – Freedom Sincere
Usoa Shawl – Drops Fabel
Momijigari
Mezquita Shawl – Got Yarn
2 x HPKCHC Homework
Face Cloths – Drops Paris
Calorimetry – Have yarn
Needle Book – Trying out entrelac (leftovers of blanket yarn)
Scissor Case

Finished Things

Tote Bag – Finished
Windschief Hat – Finished
Snowbaby Hat – Finished
Skaði Fingerless Gloves – Finished
Lacey Crochet Scarf – Finished
Iris Crocheted Shawl – Finished
Shawl Collared Cowl – Finished
Urban Shells – Finished
Elise Shawl – Finished
Betula  Ring – Finished
Magrathea – Finished
Knit Bunnies x 7 – Finished
Realistic Octopus – Finished
Henslowe – Finished
HPKCHC March – Finished