WIP Wednesday 26/10/11

Happy Wednesday! So yesterday I posted my One a Day Hexipuff tally from the park, and then when I got home and tidied some of Little Miss' bags away, I found a couple of the missing 'puffs from a few weeks ago so I'm pleased to report that on this rainy grey half-term day, there are now... 




Knitting at least one a day is working really well for this project and I'm delighted to have broken the 100-barrier, which feels like a significant milestone.

Over the weekend, I also managed a little bit of work on the Sitting Room Circles Throw which doesn't actually look much bigger than last week, and is now probably about 1/8 of the necessary size. 


That's it from me, but I've just received my latest subscription of Mollie Makes where there are some cute little knitted and crocheted mug cosies so I feel a quick fix FO coming on!!!!

(Spot the "helper"!) 
Don't forget to check out the other WIPs via Tami's Amis.
xxxx

20 comments

  1. I agree that breaking the 100 barrier is a significant milestone! I'm looking forward to seeing what you make out of the hexipuffs.

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  2. WOW you are flying along on the hexipuffs! They look great.

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  3. I love how you announced the number of puffs in the photo, that made me chuckle ;) Definitely seems like a significant milestone.

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  4. Congrats on breaking the 100 barrier! Your circles look great, too. I think a mug cozy is definitely a nice short project to accomplish in between your large projects.

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  5. Yay for a zillion (that's code for 102) puffs! But I have to say, I'm completely smitten with the colors of your circles. They're gorgeous!

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  6. LOVE your hexipuff picture! What a cool idea, and they look absolutely brilliant. With 2 blankets on the go, having something quick and easy sounds like a great plan - as awesome as big projects are, there's something so satisfying at being able to say "finished!" :)

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  7. I agree it is nice to have some quick fix crochet on the go isn't it, it is what makes me tick I think.

    The circles are lovely, they remind me of something for a split second as I see them, but I can't put my finger on it. The colours are gorgeous.

    D'you think there are more stashed hexipuffs still to be found?

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  8. Wow, you inspire me to pull out my hexipuffs again. I was on a one a day pace but that turned into a two a weekend pace somewhere along the way.

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  9. Breaking the 100 puff mark is a milestone. Congrats!!! I also love the colours for your sitting room throw. Can't wait to see that finished.

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  10. THe colours for the sitting room throw are MUCH nicer in reality than they appear here ... I can't wait to see it when it's finished! Glad I only spilled salted peanuts on your sofa ;)D

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  11. Congrats on breaking 100!!! I don't envy the thought of sewing them all together though - is there an easy way to do that? I spotted your little helper too - how cute!!!

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  12. Sweet hexipuff pic! 102; OMGosh, that is many! Love the blues and pinks and purples.
    That ad really makes mug cozies look so cute.

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  13. I feel like I've said this before, but I am in awe of your hexipuffs :D
    xo,
    wink

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  14. Yay for more than 100 hexipuffs! And the circles throw is going to be amazing - love the colors.

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  15. WOW, that's a lot of hexipuffs! I keep seeing them popping up on many blogs I read and thinking, "I have to get in on that!"

    Also, the mug cozies are ADORABLE.

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  16. Grats on knitting so many hexipuffs! That's a really good goal...one a day. When I first looked at the beekeeper's quilt I wanted to knit it but figured I'd never finish. But if I looked at it the way you are, I'm pretty sure I could do it, too.

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  17. LOL love that photo; very subtle color mix in those circles :-)

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  18. love the photo, so glad you found some of those little run away puffs. xx

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