On my Needles, February 2016



I’m usually a one-project-at-the-time knitter, but this February I just haven’t been able to stick to any project. I started knitting a baby dress with the purple yarn before Edith was born, but the pattern was so complicated that I had to start over and do things a bit differently. Then I decided that Edith needed a pair of mitts, so I put the dress aside and started a simple mitt pattern with the light blue yarn (leftover form another dress). But before I was able to finish, I had to put that project aside as well for yet another project with the dark blue yarn. So far this project is a secret, but I’ll tell you all about it later 🙂

After this, I’ll prioritize finishing the mitts, start a new hat for Edith (her head is getting huge!) and then hopefully finish the purple dress. And then it might be time to knit something nice for myself … and perhaps a blanket for our couch … and another baby dress …

Tonight a friend is coming over for dinner and knitting – I love knitting dates! There’s something about chatting while you knit, and it’s always great to see other people’s projects.

What about you, what’s on your needles?

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2 thoughts on “On my Needles, February 2016

  1. All those projects sound exciting! I admire anyone who is able to have one project on the go at any one time, I just have a head full of too many ideas and so start lots and finish very little, I have actually put myself on a ban from casting on anything new until I finish all of the projects I have!

  2. I guess I’ve always been afraid that I’ll never finish if I start something new, but I’ve realised that I actually like having many projects, esp. a mix of easy patterns and more complicated ones.

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