Christmas knitting
Friday December 06th 2013, 11:37 pm
Filed under: Family,Knitting a Gift

Project #5 may be a reject. Let me think about it awhile.

Project #7 I think the end is going to get frogged and redone. It reminds me just a bit too much of back when I used to sew rather than knit for a few years out of my life and I wore out a seam ripper. (Didn’t know you could do that.)  I want this one just right after all that work.

Project #9 is blocking.

Project #10 is 2/3 finished.

Project #11 is being avoided at all costs and I’m thinking of skipping straight to 12. Stop me if you catch me doing that.

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… and I’m on dish cloth #2. Knit on!

Comment by Channon 12.07.13 @ 4:43 am

I have lost my Christmas knitting mojo so I am just knitting whatever comes to mind. Except the dishcloths for the neighbors and the two sets of mitts the neighbor lady needs. MY BAD.

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 12.07.13 @ 9:08 am

oh yes, I too have a project #11 that I’m tempted to skip — in fact I’ve been moving it to the bottom of the list for a while now — tsk! tsk!

shall we work on these together?

Comment by Bev 12.07.13 @ 9:35 am

Have a cup of cocoa, put your feet up for a bit, then realize you are running late a la Yarn Harlot and rush to get it all done!

Comment by Anne 12.07.13 @ 10:29 am

I have a sweater that I have been working on for months,( hubby bought the yarn for my birthday and expects to see it done soon.)I have only one button band left but it doesn’t seem to want to let me finish it. I have tons of Christmas knitting I haven’t started yet , Oh crumbs!! It’s Dec. 7 all ready oops!!

Comment by Kris 12.07.13 @ 10:35 am

I have worn out seam rippers, too.

Comment by LauraN 12.07.13 @ 9:02 pm

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