Oh me, oh my, the wip, it's never-ending isn't it?
I read Daisy Jones' post on her crochet wips and thought to myself, hmmm I wonder how many I have on the go.
I hang my head in shame at the number of started, yet uncompleted, projects I have here.....
The 7 year old has asked for a cardigan, she even chose the wool herself (Patons Smoothie DK - it's horrible to use, all splity and such) - I started this an age ago and had to undo it all as it is now the next size up that she requires. I MUST finish this for her.
My other crochet blanket for Enid. This is about half-way to being finished. But that still means I have another 40 squares to make and hook together and ends to sew in.
Granny squares cowl designed by Bunny Mummy from Simply Crochet magazine. I'm half-way through with it now thanks to an hours worth of crochet whilst the 5 year old was at her dance class on Friday.
My cardigan - only the sleeves to do and the joining-together. Sleeves, alas, are my nemesis - I really dislike knitting sleeves. They bore me!
I still have the ends to sew in on my poncho; I took it away with us the other week but them mislaid my sewing needle so couldn't do it. I finally found the needle yesterday!
I bought this pattern book plus wool to start earlier in the year - it's still in the bag!
Last week I downloaded the Ships and Seaside cowl from the fabulous Stephanie Dosen and ordered some wool (Aztec Aran) from Deramores. I daren't start this project. I must finish the 7 year olds cardigan with it's horrid wool choice.