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Thursday, May 05, 2011

May Knit Something of the Month Project

I'm loving my little Knit Something of the Month Club! It means I HAVE to cast on a new project each month regardless of how many other projects I have going on, and it's guilt free because each one was a planned project for that month. This has definitely helped when I'm getting bored with whatever current projects I'm working on and this month, when I've wrapped up my biggest project (Snowbird), it means I get to start TWO new projects because I can't just not have a cardigan can I? If the rest of the year keeps going as well as these first few months are, I'll definitely be doing this again next year. And I can tell myself I'm stash busting which might or might not be happening.

May's project is socks again and fortunately it's not a portable sock project - too complex. So Mickael's socks are still riding around in my handbag and this is a stay at home project. These are the Rivendell socks from The Eclectic Sole (the sock pattern is available separately from the link as well - first picture on the top left). The yarn is Claudia's Hand Paints Fingering Merino in Country Kitchen (which is green). So far the pattern is going great and I'm liking how they look (all 2 inches of them). Also, another project that's not grey!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooh. Rivendell is in my Rav queue. I eagerly await your progress.

11:36 AM  

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