Here it is, Wednesday again.
And following someone else's tradition, when it's Wednesday, I try to remember to report on WIPs. Today, we're doing it without the benefit of photos. It's just that kind of a day.
According to Ravelry, where it's easy to keep myself honest, I have 8 WIP's. I have not yet input my two upcoming secret stole projects (which will bring it up to 10 if I do both). Nor does that count all of the UFO's I'm supposed to be resurrecting (though one is there).
I've swatched for the Secret of the Stole and and only marginally happy with my yarn.
I've swatched for Chrysopolis, and am pleased with my yarn choice (a Malabrigo Lace clone that the Divine Though Blogless Elizabeth traded to me).
The 8 that Ravelry knows about are (in their order (and how do they order them?):
1. Mermaid. This really shouldn't be in the WIP list, as I've not even started to swatch. It's really an advanced queue thing. Oh well.
2. Willow -- Willow, is still stalled. I must figure out what it was I did 8 rows back on the corners so that I can go forward.
3. Ethnic Discovery Scarf -- is a whopping 10" in on the ribbing. Hard to imagine a less exciting photo (well, okay maybe there is one out there), and the red REFUSES to come out correctly.
4. Socks - stalled. I find that I cannot decide WHAT I want to do about heel shaping. A new sockitechture sock (using Cat's genius)? short row heel? Attempt to make a toe up band heel? I've been dithering away. I keep picking it up, knitting a row... dithering, and putting it away. It's kind of sad really.
I've made noticeable progress on Rogue. I'm up to about row 30 on the hood, having finished the body and 3-needle bound off the shoulder seams. I must begin a zipper hunt soon. I'll take another picture when I've hit a clear progress point.
6. Lace T for C -- I'm still at the point of starting the sleeves. I have no excuse whatsoever for having failed to finish this.
7. Waterways Shawl -- swatching has been done, but no satisfactory stitch pattern has been discovered. I think I'll have to plague Mary for the one she's worked up for her Moebius; I may be able to convert it to something reversible.
8. Bohus -- similarly, still in the swatching stage. I wish there was a way to de-wip and re-queue on Ravelry.
The former BlueStockings are hibernating until I figure out what sock pattern the yarn wants.
The Pre-Columbian Shawl is hibernating again.
And I must haul something out of the UFO closet to get to resurrecting soon!