Year Of Projects: week 31

And we have lift off! My Second Squall is finally done: knitting finished, endse sewn in, bath taken, and the wearer absolutely loves it, which is the most important thing of course!

Finishing this sweater did take all of my crafting time this week, the finishing does take time too of course, and weaving in those ends, but I did manage to finish it, and the recipient was almost suprised, he had truly given up – no wonder, since I had started it in April last year 😱 and it typically takes me 6 weeks to knit a cabled sweater. Well, we can blame weaving! Indeed, now that this is off the hooks, I am free to obsess on weaving, again 😜

Have a lovely crafty week!

This is a year of projects (YOP) update. YOP is a Ravelry Group, and an idea – make a plan for the year ahead for all your fibre activities, then update your blog every week if you manage. The objective is to keep track of progress on any fiber crafts with maximum flexibility: post, don’t post, follow your list, change it – so really it is just an opportunity to get to know of more blogs and activities of those who share a passion for anything fibre crafts.

Author: lovestoswatch

I used to knit as a girl, then hanged the needles for two/three decades, and now I’m back, and loving it! The photo is my version of Linda Marveng's Aki, the first proper project after "being born again". After getting back into knitting, weaving has also become my passion (with a little sewing to turn my handweaving into garments).

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