Wednesday, 26 October 2011

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.


  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.

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

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

  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.

  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!

  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!" :)

  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?

  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.

  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.

  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

  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!!!

  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.

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

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

  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.

  16. Grats on knitting so many hexipuffs! That's a really good 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.

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

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


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