Whelp – I had a pretty productive week as far as working on the slip stitch scarf I decided to knit. Granted, while the scarf was going to be for me, the more I work on it, the more it turns into a scarf for my friend, T. I really think she would love it. I would say I’m 3/4 of the way done with it sooooo I suppose I need to figure that out soon, eh? I’ll post about it with a picture when I get it done.
As promised, here is a picture of the Navajo blanket as it stands right now.
I have added 3 rows to it since revealing it to my brother on Christmas day. I know its going to be a slow progress item, maybe even slow enough that I use it for one of my State Fair entries. Thoughts?
Other than that, I haven’t been at work since December 20th. I do go back this Wednesday so I’m not totally looking forward to that. I like staying up late, sleeping in, and knitting/crocheting whenever I want.
A girl could get used to this.
– Shawl (gift for the fall/spring for DD2)
– 5 pet beds for donation
– 10 chemo caps for donation
– 2 swiffer covers (for me!)
– Knit a Sweater for the Man
– Knit Wingspan Shawl
– 1 pair spat warmers
– Woven Blocks Crochet Quilt
– Room Shoes
– Amimono Kimono (for me!)
Project List Items (done)
– 33 squares for SIBOL
– 5 knit/crochet cloths for Mom (Christmas present)
– 5 knit/crochet cloths for SIL (Christmas present)
– State Fair Afghan
– Dead Fish Hat (Birthday gift for DS)
– Spidey-colored Round Ripple Lapghan (Christmas present)
– 1 crochet knockers for donation
– Striped Granny Bag (Birthday present for Rabbit)
– Elite Syncopations
– Harry Potter Scarf
– Blue or Purple Cowl (order from a friend; after the holidays)
Added Items (done)
– Magic Square Potholder
– Boot Toppers (Christmas present)
– 50 Ruffle Scarves
– Striped Scarf (Christmas Present)
– Crochet Clock (Christmas Present)
– House Slippers (Christmas Present)
– Warm Hat with Bill (Christmas Present)
– Stocking Cap (Christmas present)
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