The list made me determined to get my crafting into order and drastically lower the number of WIPs I have at any one time. I managed to complete the two scarves I was making for the boys at university. I have given one to the person it was made for but the other is still drying at my house after being washed and blocked. The scarf was well received and the guy it was made for loved the colour of it - I hope the other one is loved too.
Wine Crocheted scarf:
- Pattern: Joseph's Scarf by Cheryl Wilson
- Yarn: Sirdar Tweedie Chunky (50g)
- Weight: Bulky
- Colourway: 0284
- Amount used: 2.2 skeins = 239.8 yards (219.3m)
- Hook Size: 6mm
Blue/Green Knitted scarf:
- Pattern: A Simple Scarf for Anyone by GZ
- Yarn: Teddy Navajo Chunky Knitting (100g)
- Weight: Bulky
- Colourway: 8374
- Amount used: 2.2 skeins = 279.1 yards (255.2m)
- Needle Size: 6mm
As to the other (*whispers* 17) projects I can now see how close to completion I am for each one and can prioritise. I want to get back to single figures before I start anything new so I'd better hurry as I have a deadline coming up at the start of March for a project I haven't even started yet.
I have not only been busy with crafting and coursework this week, I have also had 2 job interviews/assessment centres. The interview yesterday was in Leeds so I got to see a bit of the city as I wandered from the station to the company building. Both job events went well - which is always a relief as I was naturally so nervous beforehand.
FO’s 2013 = 1 + 2 =3
WIP’s = 17
Queued = 11