It feels good to make progress so I was thrilled when I was able to finish the Arlo(by Michele Wang) for my daughter. I love it and she seems happy. She really understands how much I love knitting so every time I have something on the needles she asks”Is that for me?” There has been some guilt in not finishing this earlier, but I have gotten in to rotation knitting.
It is hard to buckle down and finish things. I just need to do the sleeves and ribbing ( and weave in 1 million ends) on my Freshly Fallen(by Amy Miller) but instead I am working on my Ombre wrap(by Purl Soho). This is going to be something that takes a LONG ASS time. Infact I think that might even be an understatement. Several of my knitting friends think I am completely nuts for doing it (Because it is 1600 yards of seedstitch). Seedstitch is not bad when you have to do a little of it but this is a little nuts…maybe it would be less so if I was a picker, but I am a thrower.
Oh and I cast on a shawl I am going to knit too…(because why not?)Well before I get tempted to cast on another project I better stop and celebrate my victories.
I finished Arlo and Licquorice(by Lioness Arts aka Dani Sunshine.
Misc. patterns from Berroco Portfolio Vol. 1
Miss Lemon by Maria Olson
Grey Havens by Maria Olson
Work In Progress:
Freshly Fallen by Amy Miller
Ombre Wrap by Purl Soho
QuickSilver by Melanie Berg
Arlo by Michele Wang
Licquorice by Dani Sunshine
One thought on “One down….”
The sweater is so cute, great color and the model precious. I looke at the Purl scarf and when I saw it was a seed stitch I quickly backed away. I like am a thrower so I decided it would take a long long time.
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