Happy August! I have no new projects to share with you, and I’m still knitting the same WIPs as last Wednesday. And the week before that. And the week before...well, you get the idea.
Anyway, I’ve finally finished the body of my Ubiquitious Kate! It seems to be a really nice size, and I can’t wait to get the ruffles on this thing so that I can actually wear it. I don’t kid myself about the fact that it’s going to take forever to do that, though- each round on the ruffle will be about a trillion* stitches.
My Honey Bunches is still moving slowly along. I am halfway through the third garter stitch section.
I seem to have a lot of yarn left so far, especially for being fairly close to the end of this shawl. I know the rows get bigger as I go, so maybe I’m underestimating exactly how much bigger they may get, but it still feels like a lot of yarn! The smaller version of the pattern (which I am using, as it calls for the amount of yarn that I have) tells you to only knit half of the lace repeat (12 rows) in the third and final lace section, but I think I may have a lot of yarn left over if I do that. I’m thinking I might knit the whole 24 row repeat, but place a lifeline at row 12 just in case I run out of yarn, so I can easily frog back and finish the last garter stitch section. What do you think?
My WendyKnits Summer Solstice Mystery Shawl and Radiance Shawl are finished, blocked, and photographed, so look for those in the next couple od FO Fridays!
Want to see what everyone else is working on? Head on over to Tami’s Amis’ Work in Progress Wednesdays.
*Okay, “trillion” may be a slight exaggeration, but not by much!