September WIP Wrap-UP

Wow, October! In some ways this year is flying by, but then I look back at the last one of these I wrote and it feels like forever ago. But here we are again, time for another monthly update. Let’s get to it, shall we?

WIPs/UFOs on September 1: 3

(Grandma Shawl, Larksfoot Blanket, Ace Pride Socks)

September 1 WIPs

Projects cast on in September: 3

(Twist and Shout Socks, Curling Leaves Cowl, Diagonal Baby Blanket)

Projects cast off in September: 3

(Twist and Shout Socks, Curling Leaves Cowl, Diagonal Baby Blanket)

Projects frogged in September: 0

WIPs/ UFOs on September 30: 3

(Grandma Shawl, Larksfoot Blanket, Ace Pride Socks)

October 1 WIPs (two of them stayed at home lol 😆)

Blanket squares completed: 9

New Blanket count – 123 (26%)

Total Stitches in September: 72,891

Days stitch goal (2,700 or dropping stitches): 12

Highest Rolling 12 stitch count: 1,003,938

This month was kind of a weird one for knitting. I definitely did a lot of knitting overall and it was very exciting to hit a million stiches in a year ! But since doing that I haven’t knit quite as much and even had two days recently where I didn’t knit at all! I’m not too upset about it because I had that one week that was really busy doing that show, and I’ve gotten more into other crafty pursuits.

Most of this month’s knitting will be dedicated to the Shawlography WestKnits MKAL, which starts a week from today! I’m really looking forward to doing that and to diving into something a bit more complex, as all my recent projects have been pretty simple. That is nice sometimes, but I’m kind of itching for something different right now. I did bring my Ace socks on my trip, and I think I’ll finish those over the course of the next few days. I plan to focus mostly on sewing and cross stitch, but it will basically rain the rest of my trip so I’ll have time to mix it up with knitting a bit.

Hope everyone had a good month and has some fun October plans ahead!


  1. I really love the colours of the Larksfoot blanket, honestly. You’ve made great progress with the socks as well! (I got to recommend your pattern to someone on ravelry, by the way 😉 ). And the shawl will look fantastic once it’s done!!

    I’m really curious how the Westknits MKAL will go – I thought about taking part, but in the end, I’d like to have a look at the finished project first. 😉 Everything else is a little too adventurous. 😉

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