Finished Socks and Ravelypmics

Yay! I finished my first pair of socks! And it only took me 3 to make a pair! 😀 Here they are…

The one I took on his feet came out really fuzzy. For some reason, 2 year olds just don’t want to sit still! 😉 I’m really happy with them. Thanks to all the great people on Ravelry and those of you that commented on my blog, I was able to make huge improvements. The holes are gone and the toe is round! YAY!!! I don’t know if the sock bug has bitten, but it’s a least nibbling. I’m going to go for a pair for his twin sister as part of the Gift Knit Pentathalon for the First Ravelympics!

That’s right…Ravelympics! If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should as registration ends Aug. 6th! I will be competing for Team Crochet and Team Hopelessly Overcommitted in WIPs Wrestling, Amigurumi-n-Toys Toss and the Gift Knit Pentathalon. Overall, I’m planning on 14 projects for the 17 day event. Screams overcommitted doesn’t it? Perfect team for me! LOL

Anyway, for WIPs Wrestling, I will be attempting to complete the Daisy Afghan for my baby girl that was started while I was pregnant with her (she’s now 2); the Monkey for my oldest DS that was supposed to be for Christmas last year; my first lace project – the Nutcracker Scarf that I finished most of in I think a week, but never quite finished; the Draft Stopper that was supposed to be for my oldest DS’s room last winter; my very first ever knited project – a purse that needs a lining; my In Bloom Bag from Debbie Stoller’s Happy Hooker book; the Annimeko Cat I started a few months ago but put on hold cause I couldn’t find pellets (well I have now!); and the thing that was supposed to be my first ever miniature thread bear. I also have 5 or so projects waiting in the wings in case, by some miracle, I finish all those and still have time to kill.

For the Amigurmi Toss, I’m planning a gag gift for my DH for Christmas (who I just found out doesn’t read the blog, but now he might); Fairy Tale Finger Puppets for all the kiddos; at least one brand new miniature thread bear; a Hostile Bunni for my oldest DS cause he loved the blog story about him; and of course what’s a Hostile Bunni without Evil Minions? So I’m going to try to make at least 2 of those (another blog story we loved).

A lot of the Amigurumi’s are cross competing for the Gift Knits Pentathlon. In fact, all of them except the thread bears will. In addition, I’ll be trying to do those socks for my baby girl.

It’s official now…I’m crazy! I have to be to try to do all of this in 17 days while also going on vacation and getting ready for school to start again. What was I thinking???? I don’t know how much of all of that I’ll actually be able to get done, but I’m certainly going to give it a good try. It’ll be fun no matter what.

Oh, and if that’s not enough, I’m also trying to get 3 to 4 Buddy Bags done in the next 2 weeks as well as 2 napsacks. I’ve almost finished the first Napsack (no new pics yet) and I’m about halfway done with the first Buddy Bag.

Of course, I’ve really messed up that Summer Goals list now. But by the end of it, I will have finished about half of all of those goals and then some. I’ll just consider the rest to be rearranged for the Fall. Yeah! 😀

And I know I haven’t done all the links to the projects. If you’re on Ravelry, you can check my profile (share32006) to see it all in my projects/queue or just plug the names into the pattern finder. I’ve got to go run and get dinner on and feed everybody so that maybe they’ll go to bed at a decent hour tonight. And maybe I can get some knitting done! 😀

Happy Crafting!

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2 Responses to Finished Socks and Ravelypmics

  1. Cinders says:

    Hi Share, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.just reading your plans for the ravelympics makes me feel exhausted!! Good luck wwith all your knitting.I love the Princess doll and the birthday cake from your previous blog.they’re gorgeous.

  2. Piggilicious says:

    Oh my goodness! Best of luck on your Ravelympics! Don’t forget to rest up your hands once in a while!

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