Valentine's Day is coming up and if you want to receive your stuffed animal in time order by February 6th!
31 days to get organized
I mentioned before that I have been following the Webs yarn store blog about getting organized in 31 days. Well I'm caught up through Day 8 and I go into detail of what I did for each day in my WIP Wednesday post if you want to check it out. I also shared a picture of my yarn stash!
I feel like the post on deciding whether to keep or frog your UFO's was extremely helpful. I decided to frog many of the projects I just didn't really care to work on any more. The picture above is of some yarn from frogged projects. I finished frogging over half of the projects yesterday and I'm hopping to finish the rest over the weekend. There was no blog post Wednesday so I'm only behind by one. Thursdays post was about keeping track of your stash which I plan to do this weekend. Meaning I will be taking out all my yarn again. I will probably wait to do this until after I finish frogging all my other projects so I can take another picture of my stash this time including the yarn from the projects I frogged.
I finished two items this week.
I finished 1 of the 10 baby bibs I want to finish before February 4th. So I have 24 days left to finish 9 more. I really like how it turned out. I used KnitPicks Comfy and the pattern is from downcloverlaine.blogspot.com
I also finally got around to finishing my Freshsitiches square swap cowl. I never got around to finishing my square so I just attached the squares I had and added the border in the color my square was supposed to be.
If you would like to share your FO's or check out what others finished up this week check out Tami's Blog!
Remember to come back for WIP Wednesday!
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I especially like the baby bib. You are quite ambitious!
Don't you love the KnitPicks comfy??
The baby bib is adorable. That'd be a darling shower gift; maybe I'd better look up the pattern!ReplyDelete
I like your cowl. What a fun idea!ReplyDelete
That bib is extraordinarily cute! I don't know why I haven't made any bibs. Seems completely more practical than the projects I take on, now that I think about it.ReplyDelete
I love all of those yarns caked up. Beautiful colors. Your cowl is lovely! I really love how it looks.ReplyDelete
All of this organizing you're doing reminded me I have to retake photos of my stash, which will organize me more on Rav as I'm trying to knit from my stash this year.ReplyDelete
The puppy bib is cute! Your squares cowl is neat.