Wednesday WIPs

It’s been a wild couple of days, but I have managed to get some knitting in πŸ™‚

First, my current longest running WIP, Powdermill (Ravelry link). I do keep getting distracted away from this one. So I’ve basically decided that I’m going to treat it like a marathon and not a sprint. It will get finished. It’s fine if that takes a while.

Next up is the Forest Path Hap. If you also follow Sarah of MildlyGranola, you may have seen her lovely version!

And last but not least, clue 2 of the Celtic Mist MKAL is done! I appreciate that the designer is keeping these clues smaller and more reasonable for keeping up. I am enjoying the knitting so far, and just love the yarn.

And here’s the clue 2 pattern closer up.

This is a nice mix of projects, and I am glad I can keep them all moving along, even if somewhat slowly πŸ™‚

What are you working on? How is it going?

10 thoughts on “Wednesday WIPs

  1. It’s nice to see your progress on Powdermill. I am working on a crescent shawl that I cast on Monday. This week I resolved the mosaic chart design issues and am knitting that section now. Hopefully photography will be forthcoming.

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  2. These all look great! It’s been a while since I knit a solid-color shawl, but they are so striking how they let the pattern stand out like that.

    I’ve been working on my Untitled Goose Socks, mostly. I’m just having too much fun with the pattern and goose stitch marker.

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    1. I rarely do solid-color shawl, but it’s true they are interesting in a different way. The are subtler than multi-color ones, but interesting too!
      Your Untitled Goose socks are awesome! And the stitch markers add to the fun πŸ™‚


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