WIP Weds: Soper Creek Yarn Challenge

Currently we are having sunny but really nasty cold weather. I am rebelling and put flowers along our driveway!

Currently we are having sunny but really nasty cold weather. I am rebelling and put flowers along our driveway! 6 to 8 weeks till spring in this neck of the woods :0(

Quick note today, I’m out and about for Ash Weds. Church, then the craft group, lunch with friends and off to Knit nite at the LYS. Busy, Busy! Have a nice day. Wishing you all the best through the Lenten Season. 

What a pleasant surprise! My Mittens won 2nd prize in the Yarn Challenge :0)

  O Canada Mittens 

 I’ve made a good start on my Left over Cowl

Chart 1 completed

Chart 1 completed

This is the Jar for Feb 2014

Feb 2014

Feb 2014

WIP List = 11

  1. Left over Cowl started feb 23/14
  2. Cabled Hood with Pockets Started Sept 27/13
  3. Foots First Sox My design Started Jul/11
  4.  SPROUT – Growing Roots sweater 80% done started May 17/12
  5. Sea of Dreams Blanket 85% done started Mar 9/13
  6. Isla lace Pillowcase edge  60% done started June 18/13
  7. Rose Harbour Shawl 85% done started Jun 28/13
  8. Fanflower Fling  50% done started Jul 12/13
  9. Butterfly’s shawl in blue – started Jan 30/14 Test knit
  10. Butterfly’s shawl in red – Feb 14/14 Test knit
  11. Basic Yoke Baby Sweater 2.0 started Jan 29/14

FO’s 2014 = 14

WIPS 2014 = 11

 Stash Used 2014 = 34

Ravellenic 2014 FO’s =  8

Yds of Handspun 2014 =

Sewing FO’s 2014 = 

Books 2014 = 5

Thanks again cya Friday :0)

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

come join me in the blogpond :0) 

 

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Christine N
    Mar 05, 2014 @ 14:57:42

    Your color work is so even and best. Beautiful work so far!

    Reply

  2. Alisa
    Mar 05, 2014 @ 16:24:34

    your colorwork is beautiful! I am just learning this technique!

    Reply

    • kitenswithmittens
      Mar 05, 2014 @ 20:35:19

      I don’t wrap one colour around the other, it just makes a tangled mess. I carry one colour in each hand. My floats are no more than 4 stitches, otherwise it seems to pucker. And I stretch out the stitches before I move to the next colour, bunched up stitches make for short floats. That’s all there is too it.

      Reply

  3. chrisknits
    Mar 05, 2014 @ 16:50:24

    Yeah you!!! They should have been first though. Love the cowl progress.

    Reply

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