Wednesday, 16 October 2013

WIP Wednesday - WIP Overload!

Yikes I feel like I've got a lot of projects on the go at the moment! There are "only" 5 but it's more than I'm comfortable with :-S

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^ Quite a colourful little pile don't you think?

 Anyways, first up we have Mr Soaring Sheep's socks. First one is finished, this one is about 20 rows off turning the heel. Not really a priority to work on this one at the moment, poor DH :-p

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Next there is the second sleeve for my colourwork cardigan for my littlest girl. I did enjoy working on this at the weekend so I'll pick it up again when the next shawl clue is finished

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Speaking of shawls, would you like a little peek of my Mystery KAL shawl?

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This is just the main section, I'm into the lacier edging now and it's so pretty. Can't wait to see how it develops further.

Last but not least here are my current crochet projects. The squares are part of an on-going blanket project. The bag started life as a stash busting/ colour playing exercise which has now resulted in MORE YARNS! Ahem. I'm having great fun making it :-)

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It's hard to tell because I flattened  but the dark purple row was the last increase row and now the sides of the bag are gradually forming. I love it, it's so happy and colourful :-)

As always I'm linking in with Tami so hop over to her blog for more WIP Wednesday posts :-)

10 comments:

  1. I love your crochet projects. The bag will become very colour- and powerful. :-)

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  2. Luv the socks. Very nice projects and colorful indeed !

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  3. That bag is going to be crazy awesome!

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  4. You've got a great pile of fun, there! The pink socks are darling.

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  5. These are all beautiful. I know how you feel having too many projects on the go at once. I love the shawl.

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  6. The bag and sock projects are so eye catchy.

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  7. I love the pile of colour! I'm one to usually have loads of projects on the go too, I find it keeps it interesting. I'm especially loving the colour, and pattern, of the shawl.

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  8. I love the mystery shawl. Can't wait to see the final product!

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