After my hiatus from blogging/knitting the past couple of months, I haven’t been able to generate much interest in any of the WIPs I had on the needles. And I can’t knit something I don’t love, so I did some organizing!
2014 Stashbustin’ #11: Henry’s Sweater – FROGGED
Undated/Unnamed Baby Girl cotton baby blanket – FROGGED
2014 Stashbustin’ #5: Antrose – HYBERNATING
Calorimetry Headband – FROGGED
2014 Stashbustin’ #13: A Plain Rye Sock – ACTIVE WIP
Call it a Spring Clean! I just couldn’t bring myself to work on any of these so I made a frog-it or stash-it decision. Only my Antrose and Plain Rye Socks made it safely out of the frog pond. Antrose is great but it’s a lot more project than I want right now, so it’s safely tucked away! I’m hoping to start my second Plain Rye sock soon!
But all this begs an important question, what to do next? Pardon me, I’m off to peruse my Ravelry queue!
I hear you. I’ve frogged several things over the past few weeks and breathed a sigh of relief!
Sometimes frogging is the only way to go.
Frog it or stash it – love it! So freeing!
Good for you! I hung onto one sweater for over a year before admitting to myself it had to be frogged.
Welcome back! I have a couple… okay, maybe a lot of projects I should frog.