Still working on the knitting resolutions!
1. Clear the WIP queue from last year by the end of the month.
February is gone and I haven’t really made any headway there. I managed to start way too many new projects at once and not make any real progress on any of the big ones. I did knit three hats though this month, so that counts for something! This means that I’m officially dedicating March to clearing the WIP queue completely. Once that’s done, I’m going to start a sweater.
3. Knit one pair of socks per month
So close on this one! But, I think I’m still on track for 12 pairs for the year, so this shouldn’t be a big deal that I’m 4 days over budget. February is short anyway, right? Just finished up the socks tonight, so I’ll have photos of them hopefully tomorrow.
4. Spin four ounces of roving per month.
Boy did I ever make this one! There were the four ounces of superwash BFL for Thorpe and then a whopping eight ounces of superwash Merino from Crown Mountain Farms for my Sunshine Surf Scarf. I’ll post something more on that project later.
5. Dye more yarn and roving.
Got this one already too, though I hope to do this again throughout the year. I attended a class at a local art center with the wonderful Pam Pawl who took us through the process she uses for dyeing. It really made a lot of sense and I loved her method and great organization of the process. I got to dye two skeins of yarn that the class provided (not great quality and really scratchy, but they’ll be wonderful for a felted project!). With the leftover dye, I was able to dye some merino roving I had brought along. Photographic evidence: