Love Your Library, vol. 8

Working on hats was sooo much fun last month! I really enjoyed knocking out a bunch of those patterns I'd been holding onto with plans to knit them for what felt like ages ... so much so, that I'm going to continue this plan with a different accessory this month. And this month, I'm feeling like cowls! (or infinity scarves ... or whatever you like to call them!)

These are the patterns I've had in my "must knit soon" list for awhile now ... clearly 2014 was the year of purchasing cowl patterns for me!

1. Foolproof by Louise Zass-Bangham
(purchased April 2014)

2. Something in the Air by Joji Locatelli
(purchased April 2014)

3. Love and Happiness by Amy Christoffers
(purchased January 2014)

4. Collister by Kirsten Kapur
(purchased November 2014)

What are you planning on working on this month? Our theme for this month is to take a closer look at our libraries, now that we've gotten them organized:

March: What's in Your Library? Now that you're organized, let's take a closer look at it. How many patterns do you have? What is your library composed of? Books? Magazines? Single pdf's? What is your weakness in terms of acquiring new patterns?

Wishing you another great month of better using that library of patterns!

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Tiny Toadstool Cottage said...

Oh, I love Collister! I have been very good and not purchased a single new pattern this year! But I have downloaded quite a few freebies from Rav, especially as you pointed out so many good ones last week. I am loving this challenge to use what I have. Have a great week!

Alicia said...

I made a Foolproof and ABSOLUTELY ADORE it. One of my all-time favorite projects.

Unknown said...

I was happy to see I didn't have as many patterns as I feared. But a recent purge last year pared them down. Now to make sure I get around to knitting one of each before I am no longer able to knit. LOL!

Unknown said...

Great choices! I can't wait to see you tackle some of these.

Anonymous said...

This is my first time linking up to the Love Your Library! After printing a ton of things off from my library yesterday, I realized, I am definitely needing to work from my stash of patterns!

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