Sunday, February 10, 2019

YOP Week #33

Finishes: none this week

 
 WIPs (works in progress): 
1)  Granny Stripe Shawl - almost done.......as you can see by the amount of yarn left.........I hope this will be an FO next week............


2)  The Multnomah -  I just finished the first part of the shawl which has increased to 229 stitches.  Now the next part is a wave like section...........we shall see....no t.v. watching with this one..........

3)  The little quilt is almost done!  It's all quilted and now I need to measure and cut the binding and get that sewn on.....maybe by next week?
4)  I didn't get to cross stitch all the days this week but I did a few...........Witchy Wednesday.......

 5)  Fall Friday....................so close to being done!

6) and my new Hawk Run Hollow - January........not much but it's a start!



New Starts: none...thank goodness!


TOP 10 (or more) WIP's:

1)  Pickle Dish
2)  Stars & Stripes Saturday - America x-stitch - done but needs finishing
3)  Amy's Frido Kahlo basket (July birthday) - done but needs to be sewn together
4)  Pin's embroidery
5)  Heart bookmark for V-Day - done but needs backing
6)  Toe-up socks
7)  Multnomah shawl
8) C2C blanket for Grayson (July birthday) 
9) Granny Triangle shawl for Our Happy CAL Place January CAL
10)  HRH January
11)  Witchy Wednesday - Button-Eyed Cat
12)  Fall Friday - Pumpkin Spice Farm
13)  Merry Monday -
14)  Santa Sunday -

 Finishes so far in 2018-19: 
1.  4th of July cross stitch pillow/ornie
2.  Hitchhiker shawl
3.  Felici Hibiscus self-striping socks
4.  Felted wool loafer slippers with leather soles for me Sam
5.  washcloth (extra large) and back scrubber for Christmas or birthday for SIL
6.   Iowa Hawkeye hats for Sam and Grayson
7.  Techniques learned so far this year: a) knit cast on, b) reading a knitting chart, c) lace work, d) inserting and using a lifeline e) charting a graphghan
8.   dishcloth(s)...I need to count them
9. Cubs hat for Uriah
10. 12 days of Christmas Advent gifts
11. Cowl for Ben
12. Cowl for Tracy
13. Cowl for Natalie
14.  # 2018 Collectible ornaments for the grands
15.  Cowl for me or gift basket
16.  11 scrubbies for gift basket
17.  1 pot handle cover for gift basket
18.  Ben's Bear's hat
19.  Falling Leaves Scarf
20.  Tissue Box Cover



Please stop by and see all the other fantastic projects that other  YOP'ers are working on.
Happy Trails!!!
















12 comments:

  1. Oh I like your granny shawl. It’s beautiful. I think you’ll be surprised how easy the Multnomah “waves” are. I love making that shawl.
    The little quilt is really nice. I bet you have it done. Dry soon.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  2. I agree with Betsy.....the waves on the Multnomah shawl are really not so hard. They have a nice rhythm to them. Your granny shawl is very pretty and will be a lovely item to wear in the house while working no other projects. Cute quilt. Am always in awe of those that have the patience to do quilting. You made some nice progress on your cross stitching projects too. Do you have more than 24 hours in your day? You always get so much done each day!

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  3. I’m glad pumpkin spice isn’t finished yet, I love seeing how it gets even nicer each time you show the progress.

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  4. Such neat projects! I especially like the granny stripe shawl and the little quilt.

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  5. Boy that shawl looks comfy! Can't wait to see it done. Our local grocery has placed a small bookcase near the carts where families can leave/trade children's books. Local service organizations often replenish the supply. Today, on top of the bookcase, someone had donated their stash of quilt magazines!! I didn't take them all (I wanted to) but I did sort out the Fons and Porters, a few Quick Patchwork and some others. I thought of you and how much you would enjoy them, too.

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  6. The variety of things you get done impresses me, Sam. Realizing I hadn't been in here most of last week I caught up with your other posts tonight. Your baking is inspiring, too. I'm reminded that I have some sour milk in the fridge I'm saving for baking something. It's time to use it up!

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  7. Oh I love that shawl! Looks like an easy pattern! :)

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  8. Beautiful granny stripe shawl.. I love it!
    You accomplish so much in a day, and in a week! Impressive!!

    Have a lovely and productive week, and stay warm :)
    ~K.

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  9. You are so multicraftual! I love the quilt - I am into quilts these days. My Croatian teacher is also a quilter and every week when I am there she seems to have a new one on the go. But. I. Must. Resist. Starting. A. New. Craft.

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  10. Very nice projects. I love granny shawls. You have inspired me to get more projects done this year.

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  11. Very nice projects. I love granny shawls. You have inspired me to get more projects done this year.

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  12. Your shawl is looking great...can't wait to see the FO!

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