Tuesday, 3 April 2012

My Queue

I thought it would be a good time to look at my queue of patterns I want to make; as the new Nerd Wars challenges are up, I'll be trying to knit things to fit into specific categories on there! But also, I tend to have a quick queue review *laughs at the rhyme* every now and again, to remind myself what I want to knit, and to remove anything I no longer love.

Plus, it's a really helpful way to line up my stashed yarn with actual projects, so that it might actually get used *laughs*

I've mentioned this before, and it is probably next on my to-knit list *grins*


I've had 3 balls of burgundy fingering/sock weight yarn in my stash since a couple of months after I started knitting... About time I chose a pattern for it really!


I've mentioned this next pattern before, probably some time ago. I didn't cast on as, at the time, everything I was knitting was 2x2 rib and I couldn't take any more ;) Of course, now everything I'm knitting seems to be grey, so it might still be a while before I get around to this *laughs*


  
 The Debbie Bliss yarn I bought in a destash will most likely become this...


  

And one last pattern, that I don't yet have yarn for. It will have to wait until I've achieved more in the stashbusting, but it'll be a nice reward I think *grins*





8 comments:

  1. ooooooh!
    I love all of the patterns you picked and the yarns you've picked to go with them too.
    Excited to see these projects.

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  2. I LOVE looking through Ravelry for patterns that might fit with the yarn I have stashed! It is such a great way to get excited for a project. Let me say, that I really love all the projects you have picked out here, I think that you might have a hard time picking which to knit first!

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  3. Love all of those. I really like the Stripe Study shawl. It needs to go into my queue!

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  4. Mmmm, a stripe study shawl. I love that pattern---and, in fact, all the other pattern/yarn combinations you've posted (and the wingspan shawl, ajlsdjfkl. there's a crochet version but it's sadly not as pretty at all).

    You have excellent taste! ;) I can't wait to see all of these things come into being---particularly the Debbie Bliss yarn turning into that sweater, it's such a good colour and I think it will be fabulous.

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  5. I'm making a wingspan right now, it's coming along slow because I hate the yarn I'm using.
    Good job of pairing yarn with project, those all seem like such great choices! And such a great way to reduce the stash.

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  6. What great patterns. That last one is amazing.

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  7. knit the shrug its lovely and so useful when you need another layer

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  8. You have picked some lovely patterns, but the last one is absolutely amazing. Thank you for posting it as I'm definitely going to have a go at that.

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