WIP Weds: Totally PO’d

In the last year I have knit about 2 dozen “Coffee Cup Sweaters” 3 free patterns found here. Kept 2 for me, someone has pinched them! Can’t blame willow, she doesn’t drink coffee.  It is below zero here in Canada, so I have to get busy and knit some more. Here is the beginning of #4 the newest version!

Coffee Cup Sweater # 4

Meanwhile here is the latest “Work in Progress” list because one project is never enough!

Roarin Cloche

1) Roarin cloche  not much done lately, not really a fan of felting have been putting it off. ( made from stash 1 ball)

Immie Baby Blanket

2) Immie Baby Blanket Just love this, but a little to complicated to do at the moment (Made from stash 3 balls so far)

Beryl Blanket

3) Beryl Blanket hexs = 38 Still plugging away on this one adding hexs as I finish fingering projects (made from stash – odds and ends)

Pine Forest Baby Blanket

Pine Forest Baby Blanket

This one is on a spring deadline, so I have to get to work on it! Currently 20 repeats. (made from stash – 2 balls so far)

Cozy Winter Shawl

5) Cozy Winter Shawl This one is my own design, hope to finish and release in Feb, only 2 more border repeats to go! (made from 3 balls of stash)

6) Sue’s Hill Walking Socks 

Toe-up socks, in developement. Anyone want to test this for me? Contact me and we’ll talk :0) (made from stash – 1 ball)

As you can see I have a few things on the go!

FO’s 2012 = 3

WIP’s 2012 = 6

Stash used = 6

Stash Purchase = 3

Books = 5

See ya Friday, Take Care all. Visit Tami’s Blog for more WIP’s

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7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Wilfred Reinke
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 08:07:18

    Do you have to make a new cup holder pattern for the new size Tim hortons came out with ?

    Reply

  2. Minding My Own Stitches
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 09:34:46

    Gorgeous blankets. I’ve done the Pine Forest pattern, and it’s lovely. The Immie pattern also looks fantastic. Love your colour choice!

    Reply

  3. Natalie
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 09:43:26

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who tends to have lots of WIPs 😉

    Everything looks gorgeous 🙂

    Reply

  4. Karen
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 14:02:12

    Everything looks great!

    Reply

  5. Janet
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 15:34:07

    You have lots of pretty projects on the needles. Your Beryl Blanket reminds me that I have been neglecting my hexipuffs. I have several WIPs left over from 2011 that have yet to see a stitch this year.

    Reply

  6. affiknitty
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 16:58:31

    You’ve been busy! All the projects look beautiful.

    Reply

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