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Tuesday, October 07, 2008



As you could tell from Ramius' post yesterday, I spent most of the weekend working on a sock design. I also got more done on the Wabenschal though. I think I'm getting pretty close to the point where I'll start the decreasing for the end, so I'm feeling pretty good about getting it finished up soon.

I've been thinking about my current projects and with two sock patterns of two designs each needing to be finished up pretty quickly, I think I'm going to put Juno on the back burner and just work on socks (non bloggable) and the Wabenschal. Once I finish the Wabenschal, I can then get back on Juno (and socks). I think this will help me finish things faster which makes me feel like I'm actually getting some work done instead of treading water.

I am aiming for Halloween to have the pattern finished for the Yarn4Socks December sock club and then I'll only have the Air socks to finish up, and those don't have a deadline. I am trying to finish those by the end of the year though. I do finally have one of the Yarn4Socks designs finished and I'll finish knitting the sample sock later today, so I feel pretty confident that a Halloween goal is reachable. Of course, I'll probably finish the year knitting second socks for all these designs.

These two sock patterns will probably be the last patterns I release this year, but I'm already planning more lace for next year. I'm thinking about blogging the design process and knitting progress of at least one of next year's lace designs like I did with Hanami. Is this something that you guys would be interested in seeing on the blog or should I just keep it all a secret until the pattern launch?



OpenID craftmonkey said...

I enjoyed seeing your process on hanami, would love to see it again!

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm all for process blogging - it's great to see how things evolve :)
Kate (KTE)

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm working on MS4 and just marvel at how something that intricate and beautiful evolves. After following your designs on MS3 I'd love to see the process! Geri

3:30 PM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Bring on the whole process. I love checking your blog daily and seeing your energy soar. You are a speedy knitter.
Love all your bits of information and encouragement.! Blog on!

6:05 PM  
Anonymous carolyn said...

The link to your Wabenschal Pattern does not work. Please let me know how I can a copy.


10:50 AM  
Anonymous Билеты Формула 1 Валенсия said...

Pretty worthwhile info, thank you for the article.

9:33 AM  

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