A bunch of UFO’s

Well, I am overwhelmed by barely started UFO’s. I have less than one inch on the second of a pair of great Lorna’s Lace Socks. I love the basketweave pattern. And if I ever finish it, I will have my first pair of socks for myself. So I have a little bit of incentive.
Next is about 5 inches of an Irish Hiking Scarf out of Debbie Bliss Alpaca silk in a great deep red color. It is the first cable that I have ever done, and it has been great fun. And I love the color. And I am knitting it with the Namaste that my SP6 gave me, which I love.
Then there is the sweater I started months ago. At the rate I am going, I won’t be able to wear it til next winter. But I love the blue color. The seed stitch gets a little tedious cause I am a thrower. I have tried the continental thing, but I can’t get the tension right. Maybe I should practice it some.

Then there is the herringbone poncho from Last Minute Knitted Gifts. I thought this was a great stitch. And it has been fun. But it uses big needles, which have proven a little difficult to knit with. I am not sure why. You would think that they would be easy. But it is tough to insert the needle into the stitch. Maybe I am knitting too tightly.

Finally is the baby sweater for my friend. And since that I have to give to her so that the babies can wear them, I think that should take priority. But it is a little tedious because it is all knit, and in the round.

Then I think I have some lace that I started a while back. And that has been sitting in the basket waiting to be finished.

So these are all scattered arond my house waiting to be finished. I don’t know where to start. I really want to finish my sweater. And I don’t think I have enough Alpaca Silk, so I want to see if I need more so I can get the right color lot. Well, I better go figure out what I should work on. More updates soon.

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2 Responses to A bunch of UFO’s

  1. Natalie says:

    Sounds like you need to join us in the UFOlympics!

  2. Erin says:

    Unfinished objects are nice, though. When you do decide to tackle them, you have a lot of finished projects within days of each other. I love that!!

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