I have to say I was more than a little disappointed at my lack of things to show for my efforts last year, I think there was a brioche hat extra, that I remembered after placing the pics together...but still, not much eh? Then I remembered the Little Woollie blanket, the two Veera shawls, the toe-up socks, the Jared Flood blanket, the various other 'I couldn't resist' projects....so really not so bad after all.
So what I take from last year and not completing everything, is that I end up doing lots of extras.....so where does that leave this year's list?
I want to make some crocheted bags...probably similar to the Attic 24 stripey bags.
I would like to make myself another knitted jumper, but as of yet, have not decided which.
A pair of knitted socks....when I totally forget how boring they are to make!
Some washcloths (I do keep banging on that I am going to, but have still not got to it!)
A temperature blanket
I would like to join in some CALs and KALs as I find I get so much from them, something challenging!
Ten stitch twist as shown above only partly done.
Little Woollie mixed stripe blanket
Crocheted star blankets
So there we have it.....vague eh?! But I'm guessing that may keep me from feeling tied down too much.
So....while I have you attention, I wanted to pick your brains....I've just this week started making a Quite Continental shawl by Boo Knits as part of a KAL with Sarah from Crafts from the Cwtch I keep looking at the sides and wondering where I'm going wrong and should I rip it out? But without knowing how to rectify things, I think what's the point?
Can you see the increases on the left in the picture are far more 'gappy' than on the right....am I missing something....will it just block out and not worry about it....I admit, I'm not sure I am the only one, so is it a common problem to have the tension different and what makes it like that on one side and not the other???? I am distorting it in the picture by pulling it, to make it more obvious.
Any advice very gladly taken...the rows begin and end with...
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