Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Work in Progress 185

Hi everyone. I hope all is well! Sorry I forgot about FO Friday last week. I meant to post the Mister Linky despite not having a FO, but it slipped my mind. I hope you all had a great weekend.


Here's an update on my sock yarn blanket, with bonus cat butt. HA! She decided to lay down just as I put the blanket out to take the picture. As you can see on the left, I've started to add squares to the side. I'm going to be adding to the left side, but won't on the right yet, because I'm not 100% sure it's the width I like. Right now it's 13 squares wide. It's about the size of a one person lap blanket. I think a few more squares added to the width would be best, but right now I am focusing on just making it deeper. I am so in love with it so far! It's a great mindless project that I pick up when I don't feel like I want to commit to my knitting at the time.

 



I'm sure you don't remember this. I started this Herbivore shawl by Stephen West back in May of last year, and I bought the yarn, Tosh Sock in Spectrum, at Stitches West 2013. I decided to pick it up again this week and am close to finishing it soon. I took this picture Tuesday afternoon, and worked on it all Tuesday night. I've finished as far as the size based on the pattern, but since I have a bit of yarn left, I'm trying to squeeze out a little more. I can't wait to see this off the needles.


That's it for me. I hope you have a great rest of the week. I hope to have my shawl done for Friday! See you then.

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9 comments:

  1. I love all the colours in your sock yarn blanket! Can't wait to see your shawl finished! It's nice when you pick something up you haven't touched in ages and you finish it.

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  2. I like how your blanket is turning out.

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  3. Animals and knitted or crocheted blankets ... ;) The blanket looks beautiful!

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  4. Your blanket is looking fantastic!

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  5. Your blanket looks great. Have been wanting to make one!

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  6. That is a really funky looking blanket :)

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  7. Hehe, cat butt makes everything better ; )

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