Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Wednesday WIPs - 16.10.2013

I haven't been able to do a lot of work on my WIPs this week due to being busy with the unpacking and moving things around. I thought about showing you what our garage looks like at the moment and telling you about all the things that are still in there somewhere, but I'll leave that for another day.

I have worked on a few things this week and found all my projects so I have plenty to work on when I do finally get the time. So, here are this weeks WIP photos.

AustralianaV2 - designed by me
A few more rows have been added to this.

Large Santa Stocking
I undid this one and started again with stripes. Hopefully I will have enough of the variegated yarn to finish it now.

Woollen Baby Blanket - Square 51 from "99 Granny Squares to Crochet"
No squares added to this this week, but I have sewn in most of the ends.

Box Stitch Baby Blanket
This isn't strictly one of my WIPs. I found it while unpacking. It was one of Sue's projects but she has been having problems crocheting for quite a while so I've adopted this one. I found some other projects that Sue abandoned but I have decided that I don't want to continue with those so I have frogged them.

There are still a few things I need to find in the garage and I'm sure they will be uncovered eventually, but I will be concentrating on those things that I want to put in the show (which is on at the end of this month) so don't expect too much variety in my WIPs for the next couple of weeks.

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  1. Love, love, love the Australiana! Will you be publishing the pattern at some point?

    1. I hadn't planned on it, but since it's simple filet you only really need the chart. If I do it will be available in my Ravelry shop (

  2. Looks like you've been very busy recently. Lovely projects, I think the baby blanket is my favourite but Australiana is a close second

  3. You have been very busy. I used to love to do the Filet Crochet but I cannot anymore. It's very pretty.