March’s Current Projects

With Ayrton now available, what projects am I working on?

First up is a sample knit in very delightful Anzula luster, in colourway Lottie. It’s an easy lace pattern, once you work a few repeats it’s easy to read so it’s good knitting while listening to audiobooks.
WIPs-March2016-SampleKnit

Next is a sample crochet of Lindsey Stephens/Poetry in Yarn’s new Simply Classic Mitts in yummy Stitch Sprouts Yellowstone.
WIPs-March2016-SimplyClassicMitts

Once I finish those projects, there are a few Happy Fuzzy Yarn designs begging for my attention. I’m pretty sure that these two cakes of Merino Mono will become a pair of two-colour fingerless mitts.
WIPs-March2016-HappyFuzzyYarnMitts

There are a few other designs, but they don’t have photos yet.

I’m still spinning each week, at least on Tuesdays. I’ve been trying to spindle while I wait for hot water to boil or as rewards between tasks. I’m in love with my Akerworks mini spindle and the Anzula baby camel.
WIPs-March2016-AkerworksSpindle

There are also two personal projects I’ve been working on when I catch a spare moment or two.

First is Jill Wolcott‘s great design, the Meath Pullover & Mitts. What’s brilliant is that you swatch by knitting the mitts! I love the practical swatch! I’m knitting this in Happy Fuzzy Yarn DK Merino (colourway Chrysocolla) and you can follow my progress at Ravelry.
WIPs-March2016-MeathPullover

I’m also taking moments here and there to finally upgrade my project bag doodles. I plan to turn each bag into stickers to paste in my various notebooks so I can more easily track my projects. I wrote about the project last week over at Penguin Girl.
WIPs-March2016-WatercolourProjectBags

What projects are you working on?

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