November 2022 Goals

Hopefully I will be able to post normally again this month. My house situation is still chaotic but is finally settling down just in time for me to try to get my xmas knitting done.

Completed in October:

  • Nothing 😦

Current WIPs:

  • Single Malt – knit
  • Scrappy Seattle Shorties – knit
  • Twists & Turns – knit

October Goals in review:

  • Keep knitting during my move. Done! I wasn’t exactly prolific this month but I did keep knitting a little bit every day.
  • Finish my dad’s sweater. Nope. I did finish the body and get partway through the sleeves though.
  • Start and finish one small project. Nope. I started another project, but it was not small and I did not come anywhere near finishing it.

November Goals:

  • Finish my dad’s sweater. All I have left now is the sleeves and I’m speeding through them two-at-a-time. This should be reasonable.
  • Finish my Scrappy Seattle Shorties. I need some motivation to work on these even when I am not in the office, otherwise they will take ages to finish. Plus, now that it’s cold I could use another pair of shorties to keep my toes warm at night.
  • Start a crochet project. It has been a little bit since I finished up my last crochet project. It’s time to start something new!

2022 Big Goals:

How am I doing on my big goals for the year so far?

  1. Learn entrelac. Done!
  2. Finish my Wingspan. Done!
  3. Fix my Fluff Nugget. Done!
  4. Knit a colorwork sweater. Done!
  5. End the year with less yarn than I started 2020 with (i.e. net decrease of ~2900 g). I got sucked into the MKAL hype and bought 500 g of yarn so I could participate this year. Since I only used up 200 g this month I’m left with a 300 g yarn increase for October.
Yarn In (g)Yarn Out (g)
Knit Picks500
Single Malt*200
*For large projects, I count yarn as used when I cut to change colors or when I use up a full skein.

This time of year makes me so happy! I hope you are enjoying the weather right now as much as I am!


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