Saturday, October 20, 2007

More than I can chew

I just noticed today that I have 63 projects in my Ravelry queue! Sixty-three! I'm trying to think of how long it would take me to knit them all if I stopped adding any new projects now. Years and years and years!

For your information and your amusement, here are the first ten:

1. Endpaper mitts by Eunny Jang.
2. Cable Net socks by Ariel Barton.
3. Streakers shrug by Pam Allen.
4. Anastasia Socks by MintyFresh.
5. Alphabet Blanket by Debbie Bliss (the link goes to a random store that sells the book, but you can see the blanket there. And many other cute baby things).
6. Belle Cardigan by Wenlan Chia.
7. Tweedy Vest by Mona Schmidt.
8. Greenery Hat by Lilith Parker.
9. Tubey by Cassie Rovitti.
10. Esther socks by Stephanie van der Linden (the link goes to a German sock knitting group, but you have to join the group to get the pattern, which is available in English).

The good news is that I have yarn for all these projects except the Tweedy Vest and Tubey. I may cast on for project #1 today.


Jennifer said...

I've been hesitating to put anything in Ravelry because my list would be SOOOO long! Just wanted to say congrats on all the finished stuff lately, the tops and socks and socks and hat and socks. I've been really behind on catching up on reading, but I finally am fully caught up on yours! Sorry I didn't catch the meme tags in time.

K. said...

Yeah...I feel your pain, my queue is 5 pages long...You can do it though, one project at a time and it'll get done!!

Kate-the (yup, blogless) - enabler said...

Oh dear. More beautiful things to mull over. :) I adore the Endpaper does it work that they're reversible - does stranded colourwork not = fair-isle technique? How do you not end up with the occasional long-ish carry-over on the 'wrong' side? I guess all this thought that means that I'm seriously interested in them...
Thanks for pointing me in that direction. :)

Tara said...

I'm still envious of the fact that you have enough yarn to get started on 63 projects! :) Note to self: must get on Ravelry now.