Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wednesday WIPs - 02.04.2014

I have been very busy this week, trying to get assessments done for college, visits to the doctors and crocheting like crazy. I think I managed to work on all my major projects this week and even managed to finish one.

Here are my WIPs for this week.

Woollen Baby Blanket
Another 4 motifs have been add to this one. I think I'm almost at the width that I want but I will need to measure it up just to make sure.

Tunisian Lace Wrap
Not a lot has happened on this one this week but I'm sure I remember getting it out. I should of taken it with me when I went to see the specialist but I was running late and didn't expect to have much of a wait when I got there. I had to wait about 40 minutes! Just think how much I could have got done in that time.

Murray of Athol Tartan Rug
It looks like I'm going to have to rip out what I have done on this as my tension isn't the same as Sue's. I thought she would have used at least a 4mm hook but it looks like I need to go down to 3.5mm. I guess the yarn will go further that way.

Toddler's Jacket - Zoom by Ellen Gormley
I think I made pretty good progress on this one. About 8 rows to go and I should be ready to sew up the seams and finish this one off.

Cheval Set - Large Doily
I found another mistake in this and had to rip back a row so I only got one new row done this week. There's only a couple more rows to do and then I start working on the smaller doilies in the set.

Knooked Scarf
I got about 20 rows done on this while at the markets on Saturday afternoon. This is my first time at knooking in rows and I'm finding that the curl seems to be the wrong way. It's curling the same way my tunisian crochet does instead of the way my knitting does. I guess that is because knooked knit and purl stitches are done in much the same way as tunisian knit and purl stitches. In any case, it is unusual to see stocking stitch curling down on itself instead of in from the sides.

That's it for me for now. Be sure to check back on Friday to see what I have managed to finish, and check out the link in the sidebar to see what everyone else has been  making.


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