Wednesday, 3 August 2011

WIP Wednesday - Week 4

Can you believe I almost forgot today was WIP Wednesday!

Yesturday after my selfish morning I had, I came home and with a bag of hand me back yarn, I started the neat ripple from Lucy (Attic24).  I have to admit, I stuffed it up about three times and had to rip it back to the begining and start again.  So it's not very far this morning.

I hope that I have it now and no more ripping back.

So yes, for the first time in ages I have two WIP's on the go.

Since my post yesturday I have done nothing on the Tulip, So to see the progress if you are interested, it's here.

I'm going to go link to Tami Ami's blog now, and will check later this afternoon on all your WIP's later when I come home.

25 comments:

  1. Fingers crossed that there's no more ripping back! I love the way ripple blankets look (almost enough to make me learn crochet) so I look forward to seeing your progress :)

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  2. Ohh good luck. I still haven't got the guts to start a big blanket.

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  3. I like that colour you are using :)

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  4. I love the ripple! Hopefully no more ripping!

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  5. Love the ripple and the colours! One day I might be brave enough to try a blanket, but not yet!

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  6. Nice fresh watery colour! You;ll be crocheting through all that yarn you bought in no time!

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  7. Third time lucky! Look forward to seeing it grow bigger!

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  8. Very pretty color! Here's hopes to no more ripping back!!

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  9. Its looking very good. The colour is calm and cooling. Love it!

    Hope you enjoy the rest of your week.

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  10. Ugh for some reason I flub up ripples too, you're not alone.

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  11. I noticed most of my mistakes *after* I'd finished that blanket, but it turned out okay :) Love the colours!

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  12. Good luck starting a blanket in the middle of summer. The thought makes me wilt right now.

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  13. I'm still working on my ripple blanket and have a love/hate relationship with it. Love the way it looks - hate working on it!!!!

    I hope you have no more ripping back episodes. I found counting to four helped me to stop making mistakes and missing increases and I always check I've done the previous increases before starting the next if that makes sense.

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  14. I've actually never tried a ripple, but I've heard a lot of people say it takes a few tries to get into the rhythm of it at first---I hope you're there now and it will be smooth sailing from here on out. I love the colour you've started in, it reminds me of a beautiful, semi-cloudy day at the beach. :)

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  15. I wish you a frogging free day and good luck with the rest of the blanket.

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  16. I love the look of ripples! Your blanket is going to be gorgeous :D

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  17. That is such a pretty colour ! I hope that it's clear sailing from here on out .

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  18. There is something so hopeful about a nice pile of yarn, waiting to be created into something beautiful!

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  19. Everything looks great -- just keep on stitching :-)

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  20. I'm loving the color! I hope the rest goes off without a hitch. :)

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  21. The color is lovely. Hopefully the rest of the project will go smoothly.

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  22. I love Attic24's stuff! It's so beautiful. I can't wait to see yours grow!

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  23. Lovely colour! I also love that ripple blanket and although I have yet to try it myself, I do see a lot of my friends ripping it back the first few attempts but then once they get it, it just keeps on growing.

    Will look forward to watch your progress!

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  24. Best of luck! A blanket is something I have not tackled yet, that would be a years-long project. :) Can't wait to see the progress!

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  25. Ripping back is so frustrating! Hope you're on track now. I love that pale green/blue. So pretty!

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