Boom! Another hat done and I've cast on another one going up a needle size. This is the project that I work on in the early morning while doing my daily Mass readings and prayers. I'd like to knit two more of these hats before Thanksgiving. Ah, the suspense of whether I will succeed or not!
The shawl that I mentioned last week gets all my attention in the afternoons and evenings if my schedule permits. I have high hopes of finishing this shawl by Friday. Placing markers every day before I pick it up to knit really helps me see the daily progress and I can keep measuring and doing my math. Having concrete numbers takes away my panic and dread that I shamefully embraced last Wednesday. I can do it!
What are you knitting this week? Making progress?
Two more nice warm hats in eight days sounds completely doable for you. I hope your back is comfortable and your needles swift!ReplyDelete
I started a hat! But, no time pressure on me, other than cold weather is coming!! LOLReplyDelete
Steve started a book from the library. It is 700 pages. He has a week to read it. The pressure is ON! LOL
I did knit a small teddy bear sweater over the weekend and now I'm working on sleeves for a sweater for me.ReplyDelete
I love that hat! So classic and stylish. I started working on a sweater for Reed last night. I have way too many projects on my needles right now!ReplyDelete
Love the simpleness of the gray hat and I have confidence you'll finish your shawl.ReplyDelete
The hat looks SO warm. You're family (and friends) is going to have very nice warm ears this Christmas!ReplyDelete
Warm and wonderful! That's what that hat is. I have confidence you will finish the other two on schedule. ;) I'm stalled on the sleeves.... I'm not loving the magic loop. Ha! It'll be a fine thing if I've managed the whole body and stall out on the sleeves. I still haven't found my DPNs. Your productivity MAY inspire me to search again for them! Have a great day, Karen! blessings ~ tannaReplyDelete
I like that you have a plan for your knitting time - it probably means you'll get everything done that you want to do! I love the gray hat, such a nice shade.ReplyDelete
That looks like such a cozy hat! I can't believe how fast you can knit one up!ReplyDelete
You'll have no issue meeting your goal - you are knitting FAST!!! Love the hat. I want to cast one on for my son, but am trying to finish what is currently on the needles.....ReplyDelete
You are amazing in all that you finish! I've got lots of socks on the needles and other stuff as well. Knit faster, right?ReplyDelete
Sounds like you are making good progress on your projects. I'm knitting on a shawl and a pair of socks although I might need a break from sock knitting. Never thought I'd say that. The gray hat looks very classic and warm - the perfect combination for a gift.ReplyDelete
No progress because I had to finish up my swap package which had to be mailed today.ReplyDelete
I need to do that stitch marker to see my progress on my sweater. I am getting antsy to start something new but I really epwant to stay on track. That hat looks so cozy!ReplyDelete
Love your hat and hoping to finish my HAT this week. I got the big double brim done, like yours! I want a warm one that stays put and hugs my ears!ReplyDelete
Yes, I will have a sweater in the FO category!ReplyDelete
I finished up a hat this week...I love how quick and satisfying they are.ReplyDelete
You have inspired me...thanks
I can't knit a hat that quickly. Wow. I think might be able to but my hands cramp up quickly. I love that hat.ReplyDelete
That's great you got another hat done! I like that gray color. Good luck on your shawl and the other hats, you can do it! :)ReplyDelete