Currently I have two projects going, one crochet and the other knit. And lemme tell you, I'm itching to start something new!! So I'm going to plan my next couple projects because actually starting something right now is probably a bit obsessive. lol! I've chosen 2 crochet patterns and 2 knitting ones. So here we go!
1. All Shawl by Doris Chan
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This is a super simple crochet shawl pattern. I really like that the pattern is very flexible, you can make it as long or short as you like and gauge doesn't really matter. It looks like a quick project to make and probably won't take much more than a week.
2. Sonny's Socks by Sonny321
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I am very interested to see how crochet socks wear and feel. I think if I like the texture I'll definitely have many more handmade socks ^.^ I like the shell stitching on these and they look comfy. We'll soon see!
3. Ventura Wrap by Rebecca Hill
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To continue with my love affair with shawls :) I'm going to try knitting this one. It will be my first knit shawl. Allegedly, it's an easy pattern. I'll be the judge lol! But hey, I have youtube and a local yarn store if I get helplessly stuck. I'm excited about this pattern.
4. Seaforth Hat by Karie Westermann
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I think this is going to be the most ambitious of all my hook/needle adjacent projects. I'm actually quite nervous to attempt this, but just like the Ventura Wrap, I have youtube and knitters nearby to help me if needed. I really want to make this hat because, 1- it's really pretty and 2- I'm getting a little tired of wearing my same old crochet hats to work. I want to switch it up. Or maybe that means I need to design a new crochet hat... that's a possibility!
So there you have it! Four projects that I will hopefully be starting within the near future ^.^ My Ravelry pattern library is bursting with projects that are inspiring me and I'm so glad that I found that site!