WIP Wednesday

Happy Wednesday! I’ve made little progress on my projects this week. It is the part of the year where all I want to do is go outside.

I’m finished with the gusset on my first Rainbow Dashing sock. I love this colorway, and I think these will be my new favorite socks. 20190424_1503091433472287202011251.jpg

My Northeasterly is moving along. I’m glad it is finally getting boring to knit, as I only have so much worsted scrap yarn to work with. 20190424_150352771562374959272581.jpg

I pulled my Everyday Shawl out of hibernation and started working on it again. It’s an easy knit, and I think I’ll love the final product. I’m alternating skeins, which feels like a lot of work, so I have a hard time motivating myself to pull this out.20190424_1504194252662741622200295.jpg

I hope you had a good week and you’re being more productive than me.

15 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday

  1. Um, hello, knit outside?? Also I love that sock colorway & I think I need some. And also, okay, I keep waiting for one of your book posts but I don’t want to forget: I saw Dear Martin in your stack recently & read it & loved it. And then our book group is reading The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, fiction kind of about the Salem witch trials, and I LOVED it and for some reason felt like you might too!

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    1. I do try to knit outside, but the darn kids insist on being pushed in swings….little jerks. I am glad you liked Dear Martin! The author is coming to Des Moines, and I think I’m going to go see him speak. I read the Physick Book of Deliverance Dane! It was such a good book. I really wish there was a sequel.

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