FO Friday: Dithering with colour choices

Bday flowers for fibre friends

I don’t know about you, but I have an awful time combining colours. I positively agonize over what goes with what. Visited Soper Creek Yarns today and took the plunge with these two projects. Crossing my fingers that they will work out in the grand scheme of things.

Left over Cowl

Todays choice Heathery red with black. I’m trying to add more warm colours to it. I plan to work on medium tones next…

After a bunch of indecision I finally settled on the next set of colours to continue round two of the charts.

After a bunch of indecision I finally settled on the next set of colours to continue round two of the charts.

Tweed Baby Blanket

Thinking turquois and white. This is supposed to be for a boy, however I thought the turquois could work for a girl?

Thinking turquois and white. This is supposed to be for a boy, however I thought the turquois could work for a girl too?

Suggestions are very welcome :0)

WIP List = 13

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

FO’s 2014 = 14

WIPS 2014 = 13

 Stash Used 2014 = 34

Ravellenic 2014 FO’s =  8

Yds of Handspun 2014 =

Sewing FO’s 2014 = 

Books 2014 = 5

Thanks again cya next week :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. chrisknits
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 09:25:40

    That bouquet is my kind of floral arrangement. Allergic to anything living in dirt. the colorwork is lovely. And turq is popular for baby things. I am doing a girl’s blanket in gray, turq, and pink per the momma’s request.

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  2. Martine Frampton
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 09:43:58

    Those are very comprehensive statistics, I get neurotic about finishing things before I start the next project, I should probably lighten up a bit:-)

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  3. Nancy
    Mar 14, 2014 @ 10:59:54

    Love those colors. That is one ambitious project! You are quite the knitter according to that list of projects. Whew! Impressive.

    Reply

  4. Susan D Crochet Addict UK
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 04:40:59

    I think turquoise would be fantastic for either sex. It’s such a beautiful colour.

    Reply

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