New Plans – New Way Of Looking At Things!

By: expressionsinyarn

Sep 01 2009


Category: Knitting


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My fickle mind never seems satisfied with one single project at a time. There always has to be at least three or four projects going simultaneously for my Saggitarian mentality to be appeased. That and the gorgeous patterns, which keep getting added on to Ravelry every now and then make me try something new. As if I didn’t have enough going on already! ๐Ÿ™‚ Well, the cumulative result of all of this is plenty of UFOs, WIPs and frogged items (unfrogged too – sitting in a basket waiting to be ripped apart soon!). Then bang – all of a sudden I realize a few days back that I’m actually not a ‘many projects at a time’ kind of person. Instead, I do much better when I focus on one project, give it my whole attention and then move onto something else. The labor of my efforts paid off and here are the results – Liesl cardigan by Ysolda Teague in a purple yarn – Lion Brand Wool Ease to be precise. I really worked on this one as though it was all I had, for about 3 days and I was done! That’s when I realized that when I pay attention to one project it turns out better, I’m over with it and with a fresh mind to move on to something new! Plus, it gets over faster!



7 comments on “New Plans – New Way Of Looking At Things!”

  1. It is beautiful! Lovely color!

  2. What an unusual color. The cardigan is beautiful.

  3. Thanks so much Rima and Anjali!

  4. Very nice and done in just 3 days, WOW!!

  5. This is very beautiful Amrita!!

    • Thanks Suma ๐Ÿ™‚ Love the pattern and it’s an easy knit, esp for a beginner knitter like me!!

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