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Sunday, September 11, 2011

OddBall Baby Blankets and October Cotton Cloth (YOP)

YOP #6 FO Friday Post HERE

October Cloth in the worksWow, here it is, another Sunday and time for another update of YOP (year of projects). Have highlighted in red with links to posts of the finished objects to date. Had plan this week to focus on above cotton wash cloth, part of the Cotton Cloth Calendar Challenge (this is #7), and Pink Poodle. Instead I focused on the 2nd OddBall Baby Blanket that arrive, Cinco de Mayo. And the start of the new OddBall Baby Blanket which will be cast on today, now that I've selected the yarn and name of the blanket. It will be titled Pretty in Pink.

Will be heading to the post office to get both Oddballs in the mail, and The wedding ghan in the mail, hopefully tomorrow before work.
YOP list:
Wedding Ghan DONE
Cotton Cloth Calendar Challenge Working on The October Cloth for DD, so am slightly over 60% done with Nov Dec Jan Feb and April left.
Cotton Cloths for Bridge and Beyond (haven't started)
Candy Corn Ghan (no headway)
Buckeye Scarf (no headway)
Learn to knit socks (no attempt)
Learn to knit cable stitches (no attempt, but....have found a pseudo stitch I may try on a cotton cloth to get me started)
Awesome wool (blue) scarf no headway
Poodle Ghan no additional headway
Oddball DONE (both Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo finished, in the laundry and needing blocked as we speak) Starting new blanket which will be titled "Pretty in Pink" and will start it's journey to other knitters.
Bridge Ghans (no additional headway) Will begin edging squares since wedding ghan is done
Red Scarf Project Scarf, DONE

Happy Sunday all

14 comments:

  1. I like the unusual colours in your oddball baby blanket...I suppose the name gives it away he he.

    Although another person with a busy list, I am wondering if I am not giving myself enough of a challenge

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  2. I love watching you progress through your list. I'm sure you will make short thorough work of learning socks and cables, when the time is right. Good luck with those oddball blankets!

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  3. Very appropriate colours for an October dishcloth! Makes me hungry for candy kisses (those hard toffee things)!

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  4. You are doing so well on your list. Your blanket is nice and the colors great.

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  5. PRETTIEST WASH CLOTH I EVER SAW, LOVE THE COLORS, THEY SAY AUTUMN. ALL YOUR WORK IS LOVELY. HAVE A GREAT WEEK. RIZZI

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  6. Thanks all for the visits, the nice comments, and the great encouragement. Sure do appreciate it.

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  7. Great progress on your list.
    If you ever try socks, try Susan B. Anderson's Jelly Bean sock pattern. Small and helpful to the "t".

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  8. You're doing really well on your list. That's awesome :)

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  9. you're kicking butt on your list! way to go!

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  10. Fabulous progress and the Wedding Ghan is so lovely! Well done on all your hard work - you must be very happy with the speed you're getting through the list! :)

    xxxx

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  11. Thanks Kepanie, Keri, Kw2tog, and Sarah, appreciate your visits and the cheering section.

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  12. Great progress. Your Oct. cloth reminds me of candy corn.

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  13. After finishing a big project a cotton cloth is always a welcomed change of pace :)

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  14. Thanks Deb and hakucho, I think it looks like candy corn also. It is nice to have something small to clear the head after a large or tedious project.

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