Knitting Project Roundup


Ah, the never ending scrap sock blanket that I wanted to be finished by spring.  Well, that didn't happen but you know what?  I'm okay with that.  I've placed this work in progress on the loveseat and I have to move it to sit down.  That will remind me to do a few rows!



One day I will show a photo of this cardigan with the sleeves on needles.  For now I'm working on increasing the body of the sweater, after those decreases to give it a finished fit.  I'm working on this while I read a book (yes, at the same time!).



My husband's cowl is about half way done.  The knitting is super simple and a nice project to pick up and put down.  Easy peasy.


Last but not least, I cast on another surf shawl with my gradient skein kit that I received for Christmas.  I love this pattern and this time around I'm making the large size.

Have you started a new project lately?  What are your spring knitting plans?

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  1. Such beautiful knits. Each and every one! That purple has my eye though! Have a wonderful weekend, Karen! blessings ~ tanna

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  2. Loved seeing the progress of each of these knitting projects you have going, Karen! It still amazes me that you can read and knit at the same time!

    I am close to being finished with the baby afghan I'm making for our niece. I just received an invitation to her baby shower and I think I actually have time to get a second afghan made for her! It's all about discipline and self imposed goals. ;)

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  3. Last night I was trying to explain to John that knitters need different projects for different situations, and you've got all situations covered with beautiful projects! Purple knitting looks so regal and your sock yarn blanket is really growing!

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  4. Oh, I love that blanket! And that cowl pattern looks interesting, I might start one too. The purple is beautiful.
    I started a summer sweater in a lovely blue cotton and I'm thinking about what to make next. That cowl, maybe. Or a shawl. I keep changing my plans, but that's part of the fun, I guess.

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  5. Oooooo that gorgeous blanket! I remember when you started it--look at how much progress you've made! I love seeing all the projects you've got on the needles. : )

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  6. All your knitting is lovely but that 10-stitch blanket.... Wow! It amazes me how a bunch of scrap yarn can turn into something so gorgeous!

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  7. Your blanket is gorgeous! What pattern are you using? Your other projects are equally beautiful. As others have said, that purple is very regal looking. That will be a lovely shawl.

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  8. As always such beautiful knitting projects in progress. I am just going to start a baby blanket for a family friend but sewing curtains seems to be the priority craft project at the moment.

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  9. I LOVE your scrap sock blanket! What a great idea.
    I also love the cowl. The yarn is beautiful.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. Love the blanket it looks gorgeous, I always have more than one craft on the go, the quick and easy one, for when time is short, a complicated need to concentrate one and then the one I just had to start

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  11. Oh I love the cowl Start! Very nice. Im knitting fingerless for holiday gifts. :)

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  12. Thank you, Karen, for the good luck. My husband has said in the past, he could have bought at least two Ducati's with the money we spent on my teeth. He prays our daughters' teeth aren't from me. I LOVE your sock yarn scrap blanket! I love how the pattern shows off each one.

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  13. Whoa, that scrap blanket is amazing! it looks like it must be almost done? and I think your gradient Surf will be lovely.

    I'm now making Summer knitting plans (turned on the air conditioner yesterday :-( ) ... cotton and linen sweaters! and as soon as I finish the Kidsilk Haze scarf, I'm going to join the Colorwash Scarf knit-along. very soon, I hope!

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  14. Oooh- it is like a line-up of the most wanted knits! Your blanket =swoon. :)
    Such beautiful projects on the needles, Karen.

    Too many WIPS happening this Spring for me, but what the heck we will just calling it a Knit-Fling. :)

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  15. I love watching the progress of the never ending blanket! : ) It's looking great!

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  16. I love that scrap blanket!! Prettiest blanket ever. Fun to see all your projects. You are so creative. I love it! Have a great weekend and enjoy the week ahead!

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  17. I've just added to my library pattern--so many lovelies you're knitting!!

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  18. Wow, your blanket is really growing! Love all you projects. I think I have sock startitis.......

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