Sunday, January 6, 2013

Year 1: Self Imposed Projects - Update #1

So I decided I was going to join Renee in my own Self Imposed Projects update posts on Sundays...I think it's a great way to see what you've worked on and what you still have to complete (or start)

Year of Projects: Update # 1

YTD Completed:
Crown for Natalie: 1/5/2013


WIPS:
Crochet:
Mission Falls Poncho: (Started 2006)
Round Ripple: (Started 2006 (?) Aiden)
Aran Blanket: (Started 2009): two panels done
Around the World Afghan: (April 2010): about ¼ done
Larry’s Feet Blankets: (December 2012)
Betty Shrug: I don’t know how long I’ve been working on this, but it only has an arm and a border to go.
Sunrise Sunset Afghan: this has been hibernating awhile, 6 squares done.

Knit:
Learn to Knit Afghan: (started 2010): 3 squares done

Socks:
Kai-Mei: (April 2012)
Beaded Camo Socks: (July 2012)

Scarves/Shawls:
Splashy Flowers: (May 2011)
Larry Stashbuster Scarf (2012)
Breath of Fresh Air Scarf: (April 2011)
Creekbed: (Feb 2012)


Bags:
Beach Bag: (started May 2010)  Just needs lining sewn in
Really Big Bag (2011): Stashbuster

Charity:

Hats:



Misc:
Sunflower: (August 2012) Need a back and to felt

Sparkie the Monster: (Jan 2013)



Gifts: 


Nerd Wars:

 T7R1:

WIMs: Projects I have the yarn and the pattern

Sweaters:
Saturn Sweater:  Dissertation for T7

Baroque Tabard Tunic
Test Pattern Sweater
Car Coat
Cowl Vest

Shawls/Scarves/Cowls 
Trellis Shawl
Bedford Springs Shawl
Rockefeller
Wholehearted
The Age of Brass and Steam
West End Scarf 
Gathering Leaves
Alhambra
Petal Edge Scarf
Filippi Scarf 
Firefly Scarf
Fraxinus
Danube Cowl
Simple City
Fire and Ice
Multnomah
Leylines 

Hats and Mitts
Hermione Hearts Ron
Nehalm Hat
Felicity
Stellar
Cabled Headband
Fetching
Cayunga Hat and Mitts set
Preposterous
Ruffled hat and mitts
Evergreen Gloves

Socks:
Memento Mori
Rubus
Siren Socks
Hey, have I Ever Steered You Wrong?
Savory Lace Socks
Autumn Flame
Firebird

Bags:
Sarape Shopper
Pleated Purse

I am starting the year with 18 WIP's (there are a few more, but I may frog those, as I've lost interest in them)


I have also already completed one project for Natalie's birthday.

I know what my dissertation will be for Nerd Wars, but can't start it until Feb. 1.

I have a couple of empty categories at the moment, because Nerd Wars, it'll depend on the challenge, hats I make as stashbusters, and gifts will be as they come up. 

And I have a ton! of WIM's.....these are most (there are a few stragglers) of the projects that I have both the pattern and the yarn already...just need to buckle down and get them done...

I'm only going to link these to Ravelry once they are complete.....but all are either in my projects page or my queue on Ravelry.

7 comments:

Ruth said...

Welcome to YOP, we always love new members. I like the look of your list and that you have blank sections, I found this to be a good idea after completing my first year. Looking forward to seeing your progress over the year.

Minding My Own Stitches said...

Welcome aboard. Your list looks massive, but anything you get done is a bonus, right?

I'm all for frogging anything you've lost interest in. In case you needed moral support :)

Renee Anne said...

You are far more ambitious than I. But, I have a toddler running around, getting into my yarn and needles and time...then again, you have a full-time job.

Meh, you're just more ambitious than I am :)

sandy said...

Welcome to the group, always fun having more people to visit and get to know. You sound as nuts as the rest of us...18 wip...holly cow, I think you'll fit right in.

Kim said...

Welcome! How fun to have new friends join us. Your list is ambitious but full of fun things, so it should be a fun year for you. :) Looking forward to seeing more from you soon!
*smiles*

Anastacia said...

I have that learn to knit leaflet, & always said I would knit it someday. Someday's not this year, I don't think!

Visited you from Ravelry!
http://anastaciaknits.net

Emma (GirlAnachronismE) said...

Wow, that is one ginormous list, best of luck getting it all done! And welcome to YOP, I look forward to seeing what you make!