Monday, January 15, 2007

Ta Da!!!!!

12, yes folks, count them, 12 WIP's Or are they UFO's? Whatever.
Here they are (in no specific order):

Ribbon X-back in Tahki Capri
Ribbon X-back in Tahki Capri, at the v-neck/halter top section.

Tivoli in Red cotton ease
Tivoli in Red cotton ease, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!

Marijke in Berroco Zodiac
Marijke in Berroco Zodiac, an error in the pattern ground me to a halt.

Clapoti in Noro Sakura
Clapotis in Noro Sakura, great mindless knitting!

Glampyre's top down V Neck in Debbie Bliss Soho
Glampyre's top down V Neck in Debbie Bliss Soho, coming along.

Emily in Classic Elite Star
Emily in Classic Elite Star, at the bust increases.

Sondra in Berroco Seta
Sondra in Berroco Seta, need to s-e-a-m.

Sizzle in Cotton Twist
Sizzle in Cotton Twist, I'm to the v-neck now.

Daria bag in Noro Daria
Daria bag in Noro Daria

Kimono Jacket by Wendy Johnson in Silky Tweed
Kimono Jacket by Wendy Johnson in Silky Tweed, back done.

Cinxia in Danubio
Cinxia in Danubio - I'm to the sleeves now!

Kim Hargreaves Sage in Rowan Summer Tweed
Kim Hargreaves Sage in Rowan Summer Tweed, working back and front at the same time.

Obviously, the summer tops are on the back burner, and the Kimono Jacket and Clapotis are my favorites right now, but can you see why I CANNOT START anything NEW!!!!
But soon I should have a LOT of FO's!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're all gorgeous, but wow! You must have buckets of needles. I have lots of knitting needles, including doubles and triples and quadruples of the same size, but I always run out before I reach that stage of WIP-age.

It's a great situation to be in, really. You have just the right knitting project for every occasion!

Anonymous said...

Hey, most of these have at least 1 needle attached to them. For them, 'no needle attached' is no excuse, get cracking!: )

But I think we both need to step up to the plate and start a knitting journal. Just the other day, I was thinking of starting Odessa, just to realize I didn't remember what weight DB Merino I used on the one that turned out absolutely perfectly. Neither of us would be having these kinds of problems if we had a knitting journal!

Anonymous said...

Wow - you have a lot of big UFOs! I'm really impressed - most of mine were little guys. I love the colours in your clapotis!

Kat with a K said...

Hey there. Which is your January project for the challenge? Did you work on it? I'm compiling the list of January participants.