Wednesday, October 12, 2011

WIP Wednesday

let the sun shine in!

I started this Serengeti Sun dishcloth on January 16th and promptly got stuck when it came to working the points. It's the iCord edged points that attracted me to the pattern in the first place; I was curious to see how the construction would work. This poor project has been in time out for 9 months, but now it's time to bear down and get'er done.

Today I'm going to try, try and try again. No quitting! Maybe I'll see things more clearly now that I've been away from it for a while. Or maybe I can watch some iCord tutorials on YouTube to see what to do. And if all else fails, the designer is on Ravelry  - I'll pm her for clarification. One way or another, this dishcloth is happening today!

It's been a very productive last couple of weeks ... just three projects left on the needles right now and, with luck, just two by end of day. Just as well to get caught up; after all, I feel a sweater coming on. Take a few minutes and check out the other work in progress with Tami's Amis - there's some pretty spectacular work being done!

12 comments:

Bunnitaz said...

Good luck...I will check back to see it finished.

pinkundine said...

Good luck! It does look like a really cool pattern, so I hope you get it sorted :)

Amy said...

Good luck :)

Sam Findlay said...

Good luck! Love the colour of the yarn!

Keri said...

I find that leaving a pattern is sometimes the key to finishing it off. Good luck

Andria said...

You can do it! You must not let the dishcloth win the war!

omlair said...

poor little dishcloth! good luck with sorting it out!!

Meghan said...

That's such a cute dishcloth. My mom's been asking me for some for a while and that looks much better than just knitting up some squares.

theknittingnerd said...

You can do it! I'm really curious to see how this turns out.

Alittlebitsheepish said...

It looks like a great choice of patter, much more interesting than squares, hopefully you have beaten it

Delusional Knitter said...

Very cool dishcloth. I-cord is pretty easy, you'll get it!!

Karen said...

Good luck. I'm sure you'll figure it out.