Ravelry Project Catch Up


I popped on my computer several hours ago now, with the full intention of writing a blog post and then walking the dogs.  The sun is will be setting soon and I’ve spent my whole afternoon updating my Ravelry Project Page instead – oops!

Therefore, this is going to be a very quick post, through fear my four hounds will abandon me.


I’ve just added thirteen projects to Ravelry and one design (the Folkestone Beach Hat), twelve of the projects fall under 2016’s making, with only one for 2017.  There are more to add, but I’ve gone a little square eyed and I’m definitely in need of a cup of tea.

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In total I made 29 different knitting and crochet projects in 2016, which isn’t quite right as there were also some mitts, a couple of pairs of socks, my Flaum, a soft toy, a few more hats and we won’t even mention the items I knitted, ripped and then re-knitted.

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Of the 29 listed on Ravelry, one is languishing in my ‘Naughty Little Bugger Laundry Bag’ and one remains unfinished – the Rainbow Granny Love Blanket.

Whilst I love being able to look back at all of my projects on Ravelry, I can definitely do without having to spend hours uploading everything in one go.

Note to self – Load them up as you go!

(alright then, maybe just a little more regularly then)

Except I can’t even get that right, as I’ve just noticed I’d forgotten to add the 2016 tag to this yarny goodness.


Do you add all of your projects to Ravelry?

I’m off to walk my four legged friends and then I’ve a glamorous Saturday evening, of sleeve knitting ahead of me – see the photo at the top of this post.

Happy Making

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