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WIP update

Aside from the 3 hibernating projects that have been around for ages, I’ve got 5 projects going on (and have a Ravelry queue a mile long)!  Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this, haha.

First is the Harry Potter scarf that I still need to finish and write up the pattern for:

Harry Potter knit scarf

And then there’s the Citrus Stripe Blanket:

citrus stripe blanket

Then there’s the Sugarfrost Stole:

Sugarfrost scarf begin

And a Wolf River sweater (I’m thinking about doing the back in stockinette instead of doing this pattern again, just to make it a little easier), but I haven’t even posted about that yet.

Finally there’s the Paulie cardigan that’s been years in the making:

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Gosh, I have a lot going on.  And I’ve just gotta get to starting more — my yarn stash is getting ridiculous.

Well, that’s all for now, thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Denise Daniel says:

    Love reading about all your WIPs. I also have LoTs of WIP – in quilting, cross-stiching, crochet, and primitve rug hooking. Yikes! Have fun. 😀

  2. I’d ban myself from starting anything and aim to finish what you’ve got going. Then I’d give myself permission to begin a few new items. I’d aim to be finished by the end of the year and really go for it! But we’re all different 😊

    • Hehe that’s what I’ll try to do but I’m failing miserably so far — I keep starting small Christmas projects (but at least I’m finishing them quickly so I have the same net number of projects in the end. 🙂

  3. Yes, we all have our crazy WIP piles. Your Harry Potter scarf is so cute and coming along great. Love the colors in your stripey blanket. I finally finished mine. It has a lot of mistakes, as I am not a great crocheter and still have lots to learn, but I am quite happy with it and I did learn many things along the way. You can see it here
    https://mytimestitching.wordpress.com/ I really liked the picot, lacy edge. Really tied it all together. Thank you for sharing that pattern. Your sweater is looking lovely. I think the plain back will look wonderful and be much quicker for you. Good luck with all of your WIP’s.

  4. Sabrina Sun says:

    Hi! I just wanted to ask for this pattern of the harry potter scarf, did you make it into tube shape? I figured it might be actually warm in the coming halloween rather than a decoration. I want to make one for my brother, and I’ve bought the yarn online already waiting eagerly for them. I mostly dabble with crochet and wanted to try out knitting for beginners. Thank you!

    • I did do it in the round, yes! I cast on 80 sts on US 5 needles (16″ circulars), and am alternating 50 rows of each color. That might be different if you have yarn that’s thicker than sock weight. I hope your scarf goes well! 🙂

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