YOP – Year 5 week 6

YOP 5a

This past week has been focused more on the design end. Lots going on in the background with drafting, charting and swatch knitting. The yarn I need for a sample knit of a new pattern has arrived, I’m now waiting on some beads and then that can be started.

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Very little progress has been made this week on the second How I Make my Socks sock. It is now just past the cuff and a little into the leg. More progress should be made this week on that but it depends on how much down time I get and want in between designs.

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My Yop list is looking something like this now;

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Year of Projects 5 List

Socks:

  1. Hulst Socks KAL started Jun 21st – finished Jul 19th
  2. Paraphernalia
  3. Basic Ribbed Socks
  4. Time Traveler Socks
  5. Zigzagular Socks
  6. Hedgerow Socks 
  7. Vanilla Latte Socks
  8. Hermione’s Everyday Socks
  9. How I Make My Socks started Jul 22nd
  10. How I Make My Socks
  11. River Rapids Socks
  12. Saxifrage
  13. Willowherb
  14. Dawlish
  15. Milfoil

Designs:

Over the next 12 months my aim is to publish 10-12 patterns

  1. Cosán Cowl

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My Ravelry project page for this YOP -Year 5 can be found here.

To read other blogs taking part in YOP – Year 5 check out the Ravelry group here.

Ruth.

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9 Responses to YOP – Year 5 week 6

  1. Ann says:

    That Kettle yarn looks so lush! I can’t wait to see what you design for it.

  2. mmmyc6 says:

    That kettle yarn is yummy….
    One of your future designs will have designs will have beads? Yikes!!! I have never done that before…
    I am anxiously waiting for your next design to test though 😉
    I have yarn for it and everything!!

  3. Lovely yarn! You must really enjoy designing. I found all that background stuff – charting, drafting and swatching – really got in the way of the stuff I enjoyed: KNITTING! LOL!

    • Ruth says:

      I like the process, it can be quite methodical and very math centered and then I get to knit so I guess I’ve got the best of both ends.

  4. Lucy Bowen says:

    Love the colour of the kettle yarn, can’t wait to see what you make from it!

  5. Becki says:

    That yarn in the first pictures looks downright wonderful. And you’re adding beads? Can’t wait to see it worked up. As I wrote in my post this week, I’m just in awe over how one goes from conception to actually designing a knitted (or crocheted) project. I look forward to seeing later what you’re up to right now, Ruth.

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