SpooOOooky Year of Projects Update


I did a good enough job with the cuffs on the sleeves of my Halloween Rachel shirt, but I made a mistake. HAHAHA it makes me laugh. Can you spot it? No, I’m not fixing it.


I’m plodding away on my Broom Riding Cowl. It’s tough to get a good pic while it’s on the needles. But I wanted you to see how the colorwork shows up (on parts of it at least). In places it looks like clouds are covering the moons, which I like. I wish I were enjoying the knitting more, but I guess I don’t like looking at a chart on every row.

I’m ready to turn the heel on my second Halloween sock. The stripes are lining up like they did on the first sock, which is awesome.

I haven’t cast on my Celtic Colours Mitts yet, but it’s still International Cast On All The Things Month for two more weeks.

This has been a Year of Projects Update. You can read my original list here. You can find out more about the group here.

Today is our Blogville Knitters Virtual Knit at 1PM Eastern. If you are new and would like to join us by Skype, please DM your Skype ID to me on Instagram or Ravelry.

19 thoughts on “SpooOOooky Year of Projects Update

  1. I really like the colors on those socks. How nice that the stripes matched up. Did you have to fanagle the yarn a bit to make that happen? I spotted the ghosts but was not sure that was the ‘boo boo’. I like it. Call it a design feature! The cowl is very halloweenish (is that a word?)

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  2. The socks look great. I think the cuffs look like you wanted them that way. One for you to enjoy and one for someone sitting across from you to enjoy. I’m so sad I missed the Blogville call today. I got carried away with chatting.


  3. I did spot the boo boo (get it boo) but I wouldn’t have noticed if you hadn’t have said to look for it. I think that material is awesome! Your stranded work looks great as do those Halloween socks!

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