FO Friday: More Olympics Please :0)

Day 12 to Day 13
Go Canada Go! 7 – Golds, 9 – Silver and 4 – Bronze
and nail biters in Women’s curling and hockey.
My Events in the Ravellenic Games: Team Canada!

Buttermere Shawl 

Finished preblocking

Finished preblocking

Butterfly Shaw 

?????

Alchemy 100% Merino Handspun

Lace 1ply, I intend to ply this with either Black or white.

Lace 1ply, I intend to ply this with either Black or white.

For my Green Entries

Some sorting is necessary as I can only use a each project once in green events :0(

  1. Alpine Abode Enhancement (Oh Canada Coffee Cup Sweater )
  2. Flying Camel Spin (Alchemy 100% Merino Handspun)
  3. Free Dance (Drip Stopper) 
  4. Hat Halfpipe (A toque fit for a Canuck, eh!)
  5. Mitten Moguls (Another Pair of Mittens)
  6. Scarf super G (Worsted Wingspan)
  7. Short-Track Shawls (Butterfly Shawl )
  8. WIPs Dancing (Buttermere Shawl)

For Purple Entries

  1. Charity Curling (Another Pair of Mittens, Woodland Sprite Bonnet, coffee Cup sweater, Drip Stopper)
  2. Junior Ravellenics (Another Pair of Mittens, Woodland Sprite Bonnet)
  3. Lace Luge (Buttermere Shawl, Woodland Sprite Bonnet )
  4. Nordic Colorwork Combined (A toque fit for a Canuck, eh!, O Canada Mittens, coffee Cup sweater, Worsted Wingspan
  5. Single-Skein Speed Skate (Another Pair of Mittens)
  6. Stash Skeleton (Buttermere Shawl and A toque fit for a Canuck, eh!, Woodland Sprite Bonnet, Oh Canada Coffee Cup Sweater  ,Drip Stopper, Worsted Wingspan

Pattern list: 7 in 17 days

The WIP’s List will be back after the Olympics :0)

Ravellenic 2014 wips = 1 + 1 = 2

FO’s 2014 =  13

WIPS 2014 = 11

 Stash Used 2014 = 33

Yds of Handspun 2014 =

Sewing FO’s 2014 = 

Books 2014 = 4

Thanks again cya at the Finishing line :0)

I’m off to visit Tami’s, then on to my blogwalk

come join me in the blogpond :0)

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Andrea Morrison
    Feb 21, 2014 @ 06:06:08

    Love the colors in your projects. Your shawl is beautiful and I love the beginnings of the next one. That bobbin is looking good. I can’t wait to see the finished yarn.

    Reply

  2. chrisknits
    Feb 21, 2014 @ 14:32:03

    Go girl! Love the shawl even if it isn’t blocked yet!!

    Reply

  3. Susan D Crochet Addict UK
    Feb 21, 2014 @ 16:16:32

    Love the shawl! Fantastic colour!!! I’m having my first go at spinning tomorrow. Very excited and nervous. I hope I can master it because you make me so jealous :-).
    Thanks for linking up at Crochet Addict UK

    Reply

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