WIP report

So, I’ve been busy. Thoroughly Modern Millie opens a week from Wednesday (ack!!!!).

But just cause I’ve been working on a show doesn’t mean I haven’t been knitting….oh no. Since I’m onlu in three scenes, I get a lot of knitting done.

Although it has been sunny for the past couple days, last week I needed something to take off the winter chill. So I finally started Wisp, which I had been wanting to knit for a while. Here is my wisp. It’s so light and pretty!

Yesterday I went to Molehill farm for about an hour and worked on my July Shawl from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitter’s Almanac. Here is my July Shawl so far.

Lately I’ve been reminding myself how much I’m looking forward to trip to Califorinia in May. I did this last winter too. But it’s sunny and warm down there and it’s…sunny and warm-ish here. I wish I could go down there at spring break…

Back to my homework now!

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New Years Resolutions

Finish all these knitting projects:

1. Recycled Sweater – 86%

2. Mom’s belated Christmas present purse – 0%

3. Southwestern Socks – 25%

4. College Afghan – 5%

5. En Point Wrap – 51%

6. July shawl – 3%

7. Black Legwarmers – must get these done for a Feb B-day – 13%

8. Log Cabin Blanket – 33%

9. Crocheted scarf – 33%

10. Sock yarn square – 60% (?)

11. Beaded Headband – 9%

12. Foliage Hat – 73%

13. Homespun scarf – 42%

14.Warm Up America squares – 75%

I am going to try and post an update on this list at the beginning of every month – we’ll see how that goes.

Of course, I also might add to this list.

The first one!

Today I got my first college acceptance letter, from University of Oregon. I knew I would get this one, cause you’re automatically accepted if you have a 3.25 or higher, and I have a 3.36. I only have one college app left to get in though (and I’m just having it proof read).

I’m trying to put up some progress bars on the side bar…it’s a lot harder here than it was in Blogspot, actually. I’ve been working hard on the top-down raglan I’m knitting, cause I want a new sweater to wear.