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2018 – Knitting in Review

So my goal on Raverly was to knit 15 projects this year, which was wildly optimistic, especially when you consider that last year I only finished 6 projects. In 2018, I will finish the year with 8 completed projects and a pair of socks on the needles.¬† Looking back, here is what I finished in […]

And Done!

See this? It is a finished Stone Layers Shawl. Fresh off of the needles today, ends are woven in, and I did a quick steam block. I may reblock it again after Husband and I get back from our trip. I will get some better photos then too. Kiddo was excited it show it off, […]

Race to the Finish

My goal was to have my Stone Layers shawl completed before Husband and I left for vacation. We leave on Sunday, I have about 68 rows plus the bind off to go, plus a crapload of ends to weave in, and then I have to block it. I’m not sure I’m going to make it. […]

Weekend Knitting

Last weekend we took a trip with the in-laws. As a Christmas gift, they took our family and Husband’s brother’s family to a water park resort in Wisconsin Dells, a touristy area of Wisconsin about 45 minutes from where we live. It is a fun family time, Kiddo loves having the time with his cousins. […]

Stone Layers

I’m making good progress on my Stone Layers shawl. I have the set up rows and the first couple of color changes done. I’m excited about how fast it is going, but need to remember that I’m increasing every other row, so progress with slow down. The yarn is Sunshine Sock from Sunshine Yarns. A […]

Best Laid Plans

Remember back in this post, when I said I wasn’t starting any new projects until¬†Both the Shark Attack Blanket and the Padfoot Socks were done. I think we all knew that wasn’t going to happen. Yup, that’s the yarn all balled up and ready to go for my Stone Layers Shawl. The yarn was purchased […]

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