Knitting News

 

Good morning! How are you and how are your knitting projects or other works in progress? 

I've been in a knitting frenzy this week. I started a new project, a top down sweater that is the last photo. It would have been the first photo if Blogger would upload my photos in the correct order. This sweater has been such a delight to cast on! I get excited each afternoon when I pick up and knit a few rows.  I'm using yarn from my stash which permits me to buy more yarn right?

The above photo is a hat a started earlier this month and haven't spent much time working on it. I decided to photo the project and add it to my Raverly notes so I remember that I should be working on this beautiful hat.

Lastly, I will be finishing the last sock of the last pair of holiday gift knitting. I estimate that I will be done in three days. I'm so excited to reach my knitting Christmas goal!

What are you working on this week?



Comments

  1. The hat looks a really nice project- I am knitting a jumper for a grandson which should be done by Christmas.

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  2. that looks like a lot of fun knitting! I can't wait to see more of the sweater!

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  3. Lovely sweater you've chosen to knit, and I like your colors. Meanwhile the socks and the just-started hat are pretty too - it all looks cozy to me! Enjoy the holiday!!

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  4. How nice to have your gift giving knitting completed by Thanksgiving! The hat probably won't take a long time to finish up. Which leaves lots of time for sweater knitting. I am working solely on my Reyna when I have time. Today is bread baking day as well as making some sweet treats for tomorrow. That sure does cut into my fiber fun lol.

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  5. No knitting here but I love everything you knit, always so gorgeous! :)

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  6. Love the socks...and the sweater pattern looks so pretty...are you doing the long sleeved version?...
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  7. Thrilled you have managed to get all your holiday knitting done on time. I am working on a shawl. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend.

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  8. Yikes! I need to get knitting. I still have a few gifts left to knit -- and Hanukkah comes earlier than X-mas.
    Looking forward to watching your sweater take shape!

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  9. Hooray for almost reaching your Christmas knitting goal. I'm anxious to see that sweater (from stash - no less) take place. It's pretty much hats and mittens around here but that is ok. While the grandchildren still like them, I am happy to knit them. They look forward to their Grammy mittens.

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  10. Good job almost reaching your knitting Christmas goal! the socks look great and love the hat so far. I am behind on my knitting and goals since moving took a lot of time, but I will be working on the hat and scarf to finish them hoping by next week. Take care! Happy Thanksgiving.

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  11. Great job! I , like most , I think, have the hardest time at the beginning of the top down one piece sweaters. I love your hat yarn and you are a present wiz! I'm still knitting a shawl. But, I'm decreasing. I had a lot of goals this week that infringed on my knitting time. They were important and many are now DONE! I'm giving yarn for Christmas......to Al!

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  12. Your projects are always so lovely. I actually started my first ever sock yesterday!

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  13. congrats on getting all that holiday knitting finished!!!! Don't you love it when you have something that just screams to be knit? Can't wait to see the sweater progress. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving...I'm a bit behind with my blog reading!!!

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  14. I'm so far behind on my blog reading I know you've already finished the socks. Had to comment on the sweater though - Love it! So glad I saw this post. I quickly added the sweater to my Rav queue.

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  15. I tried knitting socks one year. I was such a newbie and only know one pair fit. Dunno about the other two.

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