Welcome to 2020 everyone! I hope New Years Eve was kind to all. With two kids now the hubby and I don’t exactly burn it down anymore. We usually watch a comedy on Netflix and share a cocktail after the kids go to bed. It suits us and it’s nice. Plus I don’t feel bad the next day!
The kids are still in the throws of ecstasy of their Christmas presents so I got some decent knitting time in this morning while they wrecked the house.The Sherwood Forest Wrap is bound off with only the tiniest amount of yarn left. I think it was less than two yards…
Jellybean assisted with the washing (mostly the wool soap part) while I manned the blocking wires. He wanted it to dry “super fast” so we turned a fan on it to speed up the process.
The shape is a very tall rectangle. I’m not sure if this will make it hard to wear or not. I will have to see how it wraps around me when it is dry. I’m still in love with this piece and it might be the most joyous thing I knit all year!
What was your best 2019 project?
That should be easy to wear, and cozy! I’ve got a long rectangle wrap and love it. My favorite project from last year would have to be the only sweater I completed–I wear it all the time!
Love this wrap – gorgeous colours.
I think a long rectangle would be a decent shape:)
My favourite knit of this year was my Not a Boring Sweater because it was a challenge and my first test knit
I like the colour grad!
This is a lovely piece and I can’t wait to see a pic of you modeling it.
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So prettyyyyy, it looks great for wrapping yourself up. I think my favourite makes of 2019 were my Lego blankets. I’m still so proud of them.
Looks great and the colours are perfect. I reckon it could easily be made with crochet too. Knitting is not my strongest craft.