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One WIP Weekend

Since I finished DH’s socks earlier this week, I’ve had just one project on the needles, which is almost unheard of. It’s the Bonbori wrap, which is consequently moving along pretty nicely.

I’ll be starting my first Bluestock socks tomorrow, then probably the June Confident Knitting project on Tuesday, so Bonbori will go back to just plodding along again. But it was nice to get some rows in on it this last couple of days!

Do you ever try to race through a project so you can get to the next one?

16 thoughts on “One WIP Weekend

  1. All the time, I am always impatient to have it finished and then I wonder if I really enjoy knitting or just the finishing πŸ€”. I only have habitation throw and the brioche project on the needles now…I am going to give brioche another go and if it isn’t for me then I’ll frog it.

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  2. I love it when I get to a point in a project all I want to do is knit on it. Usually it is with socks or a shawl for me. I would love it to be for a sweater, as I haven’t even touched my sweater in weeks.

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    1. That is really a fun point in a project! Almost as good as starting a new one πŸ™‚ You will get there – for me summer is usually not a great sweater-knitting season. Then it starts getting cooler and I am all about the sweaters again.

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  3. I’m usually a monogamous knitter, and I use hat to spur me to finish a project so I can start the next one! But now that I’m working on a book, I have to change my ways. I need to get something going tot he point I know it works, set it aside, and get the next thing going. Finishing is for later! I need to get things out to test knitters before I finishh my own. Wild.

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