elisabeth andrée

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work in progress: white crochet stitches part 2

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hello!

still working on my white project and yesterday i published a little tutorial for how to crochet 2sctog if you work in the round and don’t want to decrease the number of stitches.

the small pyramid i made while i was taking photos to use for the tutorial.

the large white one needs only about four rows and then i can start decorating it. 

 

 

 

for the colder months i have planned, some large and some small projects, the yarn i have and the balls are waiting for me. i must not let myself be distracted by wanting to do all kinds of projects in between, but i find that difficult, because everything is so nice to do.

do you recognize that or can you stick to one project (or maybe two)?

love to hear from you!

 

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see you soon!

 

 

 

10 thoughts on “work in progress: white crochet stitches part 2

  1. Only now I’m obliged to work at one project at the time, because all my stuff is still in the container and my yarn stash is really poor!!!! ;oD
    xxxxx Ale

  2. I cannot pick one projects – I need to make many at the same time. I don’t think it is curable. However I am trying to accomodate this now by having two WIP bags, one for small projects and one for big ones.. More on the blog soon. But that would only over knitting/crochet project and not sewing ones…

  3. Haha me too! It is so fun… And sometimes you can just do a couple of projects. That keeps me from getting bored by a project (especially if it is a bigger project). But question… What do you use the lovely pyramids for?

    • I agree with you, all those projects together are joyfull 🙂
      The small pyramid is just an example and I will give it to a small dog. The large one with green is suitable for a small child because it feels very pleasant to hold and I think it looks nice in a child’s room or nursery. The white one will be a small cushion on my couch. So, toys for pets or children/cushions for children and grown ups.
      Thanks for visiting!

  4. I tend to do one project at a time.
    I am thinking that these pyramids would make interesting pillows on a child’s bed.

  5. You always share such great ideas! Looking forward to trying this.

  6. Love your projects so fun!

  7. Yes, a very common problem!
    Sometimes I want to try things out, sometimes I think it is nice to crochet a gift for someone…
    Sometimes I do not have enough yarn to finish the project and I have to wait until it is available again.
    Personally I don’t mind. I know that I will finish my projects at one point.
    Because finishing a project is the most satisfying.

    Good luck with your new projects this winter!

  8. oh…I think that is a VERY common problem 😉
    I do that too…till one day I decide that I have to finish every WIP I have on hands…and start the cycle again… ;))))
    No magic solutions for you… 🙂