Love Your Library/WIP Wednesday


A day late this week, but still plugging along on the Love Your Library challenge! The flyspeck fox I'm working on as the second project this month for my Love Your Library challenge is sooooo close to being done! Two arms, a tail, and the ears are all that remain. It's one of those projects that feels like I should be done in a nano-second, but the fiddly-ness of working six stitches in the round on DPNs slooooows me down more than I anticipate. I promise to be back on schedule with a Tuesday Love Your Library link up post next Tuesday. Remember, in February your challenge is to get your library of patterns organized!

In other project progress, I'm almost to the heel on my second crazy rainbow sock! I also finished my neon fine tune cowl earlier this week and LOVE it. I'll post about that on Friday!


Today I'm linking up with Tammy's Stitch-Along Wednesday, Ginny for Yarn Along, and Nicole for Keep Calm Craft On.

8 comments:

Tiny Toadstool Cottage said...

Love the fox - look forward to seeing it finished. And always love a rainbow anything!

LauraLillyLaura said...

Your fox is sooooo cute, I just want to squeeze him. I love your socks too. I've been wanting to do a stripy sock. Love them!!

Ginx Craft said...

The fox looks very cute, and I love the rainbow socks.

Iris said...

The socks are very cute and the fox is looking adorable. I can imagine, though, that it's pretty fiddly to work on. Looking forward to seeing it finished!

Gracey is not my name.... said...

He is already too cute! I adore rainbow socks...

Donna said...

The fox looks like he's holding onto the needles! Your socks are looking real good. I still love those colors - so good for all the white I am seeing outside today.

Unknown said...

At this point the fox does look like an animated pharmaceutical medicine. LOL. Or maybe I am taking too many pharma medicines?

Melissa Marie said...

The colorful socks are the best, I need to make something like this!!

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