A free woman.

May 5, 2008 at 6:35 pm | Posted in finished objects, knitting | 1 Comment

As of Friday the semester is officially over and I feel like a free woman. Chris and I spent the whole weekend relaxing around the house, window shopping, and just generally enjoying the fact that the weekend was absent of my having to study. I have put away the books and now have an entire month off before the next set of classes starts. I’ve been gearing myself up all weekend for a 30 day knitting fest and now all I have to do is decide what exactly I want to knit. My choices are: Fetching #2, Bottom strip of Celtic Tote, Entrelac Scarf, or BSJ #2. (Yep, that’s right..number two!)

I made mention in my last post that I completed a baby sweater for my friend Jodi but I forgot to mention that it was a Baby Surprise Jacket.

I really think it’s the knit I’m most proud of up to now and more importantly, my friend Jodi really seemed to love it. I have another close friend who is due to have a baby girl in about 10 weeks so I’m going to whip up another one in the next week or two. I know I’m not saying anything that hasn’t been said before about the BSJ pattern, but it really is as fun and amazing as everyone says it is. It’s a little tricky when you read it before you start, but everything really does make sense as you go along. I also found the posts in the BSJ Ravelry group really helpful.

I have also been really wanting to start another lace project. I think I’m going to do a stole type shawl next but I’m undecided on the pattern as of right now. So much to knit..so hard to decide!

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  1. Congrats on finishing up your classes! The sweater is just adorable — your friend is so lucky to be getting such a cool gift!

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