Living out of two houses poses challenges. The logistics of it all has taught me that it’s easier to have the projects stay in one house so that I don’t leave something essential behind. Sadly, the sweater had to be set aside until the weekend. Here’s my progress so far.
I sat and starte at the work for a good 10 minutes when starting today. I knew it was wrong but couldn’t figure out what was right.
Hello? You start at the other end of the charts when you’re on the back side!
Thankfully, I hadn’t done a stitch.
Front and back at the same time.
the sweater my daughter asked me for!
I’ve run out of DMC 223, so a trip to the store is necessary before I get to P9.
I’ve been working on the same three large projects for quite a while now. I’ve got startitis…. and it’s bad!
I’m doing my best to not start anything new, but this pattern is next on my list for my college daughter.
I found the pattern at my library and the book is on order. I am going to do it in Nutmeg color – a very pretty brown/ neutral. As soon as that book is in, I can guarantee a gauge swatch will be on the needles. I’m hoping that will be enough to tide me over until Hearts is finished!
I’m making good progress on this table runner for my high school friend. A thread motif project can be tedious with all of the ends… I will definitely take a break from motifs for a bit after this!
it’s been a while, but I’ve made progress! My friend #sewnsew is waiting for me to catch up on this one, she’s at Q2. It took me all of February just to do O! I’m going to try to do P quicker!
This is up to L2, I am just over half done.
Sometimes, it’s not about talent, it’s about tools! The insanity needlepoint would not be possible without this fantastic lamp/ magnifying glass. Purchased at Harbor Freight for about $30. Get yourself one!