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March WIPs

There is no better timing than the last winter week to finish my current WIPs. I must confess something: I have too many running projects at one time. But I am not alone with this problem, aren't I? Sometimes I just jump into an other project without finishing the previous one. 
Well, I am having my basketwave purse still unfinished. Just the last step is missing. I chosed the lining and during this week complete it. There will be a purple wool fabric inside: so warm :) 

I have my first shawl in progress: just 3 rows more to finish: 

I started to crochet a miniature chicken gang for Easter following my pattern. {Sorry there is no picture about the buddies, post comes soon.}

Started an ultimate stash-busting project: entrelac. But I decided, that I would hibernate it for a couple weeks. I realized I don't have enough time to complete it.

Last week I ordered some yarn and purchased a pattern for a very pretty cardigan. I am starting it.

Meanwhile I am hosting a CAL on Ravelry for my chicken pillow. It runs until 15th April, for the first five ravellers the pattern is free, for other participants the pattern is 50% off. (If you want to crochet it, there is no better timing.)

Can't wait to see what are you working on!

On Wendesday I will link the post to these fabulous WIP parties:



 

Comments

  1. yes, I know very well this kind of situation!!! I think it's nice, anyway, to have many projects on the go : it's impossible to get bored then! ;oD
    Next Saturday my boys will start their Easter holidays, so I'll start to crochet your chicken pillow: I have more time and no rush!!!
    thank you again Annie, xxxx Ale

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  2. The way the colours in that shawl are striping looks amazing! (Found you from the Yarn Along)

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  3. hi hanni! love all your wip's, have fun finishing!

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  4. So many beautiful WIPs!

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  5. Wow you are so very busy... So many fun and beautiful WIPs ... Have fun finishing them.

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