UFO's and WIP's

MMario's picture

There is no exact line between a UFO and a WIP for me; indeed, to some extent the only UFO's I will admit to are ripples in the frogged pond.

Though I will admit that sometimes I have ripped out a project because I used up the yarn for that particular project on something else. whoops!

(Speaking of which - what did I do with that crochet afghan I started 8 years ago?)

I'm feeling good today because I picked up and knit on one project that has been sitting in my car as an "emergency knitting project" since August. If I whittle down the number of projects currently on the needle I can treat myself to an orgy of starting new projects.

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kiwiknitter's picture

I have a hard and fast rule:

I have a hard and fast rule: only one project at a time and absolutely no stash. Any knitting wool that is left over from a project is given to an elderly knitter friend who gladly accepts it and makes things for the poor. I think I know deep-down inside that if I allowed myself more than one WIP, all the WIP's would become the eternal UFO's!

"Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful" Wm Morris

kylewilliam's picture

you're cracking me up - I

you're cracking me up - I hear you definately - I started another baby sweater this weekend instead of FINISHING one of my cardigans - I also want to start ANOTHER cardigan that I bought the yarn for last week - but I am making myself at least finish ONE of these WIP/UFO's!!! I can't even keep track of what I'm working on on paper! I need a spreadsheet!!! :) someone needs to develop a knitting program that records what you are starting, what you used, (yarn, etc.) where the pattern is from and how long you worked on it... I know there are books out there but it's definately something that would be interesting to log and see the history of how long it takes to make things...

I have also always wanted to figure out how many stitches are in a sweater - I am sure we could do so by counting the stitches per row, and rows per inch, etc. like a big word problem - haven't actually done it yet, but I remain curious

Kyle

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