Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ravelry Roundup- 3/23/11

So after just three weeks of issuing my Ravelry roundups I've come to a simple conclusion:  if I don't stop I may never write up any of my own patterns.  My queue is growing by leaps and bounds and there seems to be less time for knitting than ever before.  Sigh.  Once again- totally impressive work here, I hope you enjoy.

Scalene by Carina Spencer










**You can find this and many more wonderful *free* children's patterns in the new issue of Petite Purls- yay!

See what I mean?  Never enough time for all this knitting.

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful choices! Thank you.

    Sheila

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  2. I look forward to your ravelry picks each week. I love the cocoon me...I'll add that to my (ever-growing) list of things to make. :)

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  3. Your Round Up has been having the same effect on my queue too! Go figure ; )

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  4. Gramps Cardigan bit me....there's nothing cuter than dressing little boys up like senior citizens!

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  5. i LOVE that little cardigan. nice find!

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  6. Oooh, Estelle by melissa LeBarre! This is a new to me sweater and I think I've fallenin love! Also, the Gramps cardigan, because baby's are so cute in old man sweaters!

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  7. Gramps cardigan? How flippin' adorable is that?! Thanks for sharing these.

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  8. Never mind your Ravelry queue, what about MINE? It's growing beyond all recognition.

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  9. Don't stop!!! :D I totally know what you mean, the same is happening to my 13-page-already queue.

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  10. oh i love cocoon me!!! NEED MORE TIME. thanks for posting gramps :) i want to see you knit this up in PINK!

    PS gramps coming in adult sizes

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  11. Lovely choices. Thank you for including Nola Jane!

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  12. You've pointed me in the direction of two wonderful boy-worthy sweaters- I find adorable toddler boy knits hard to find, and I'm really excited about both of the ones you've featured!

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  13. As always, great finds! But I know what you mean when you say this could be a nver-ending to-do-list...

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  14. Mmmmm... Gramps cardigan added traight to my favourites :)

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  15. Fantastic round up! I've been loving that Estelle cardi since it first hit Ravelry, it looks amazing.

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  16. Love the round-up! Keep it up!

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  17. PLEASE don't quit doing the roundup! You have a great eye for patterns - most of them get added to my favorites.

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  18. So great! I want the Hibernate for myself, and the Gramps cardigan for all four babies I'm currently knitting for.

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  19. Love the Dream Stripes. Thanks for the posting! Currently I am knitting Summer Flies and it is flying off the needles,

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