September WIP Wrap-Up

I talked about this a little on Tuesday, but I was kind of not excited about a lot of the knitting I did in September, but looking back there was actually a lot of progress! So let’s celebrate that!

WIPs/ UFOs on September 1: 5

(Grandma Shawl, Corstorphine, Bee’s Knees, Sizzle Pop, Fall Stripey Socks)

September 1 WIPs

Projects cast on in September: 1

(Cedar Sparks Socks)

Projects cast off in September: 1

(Bee’s Knees)

Projects frogged in September: 1

(Sizzle Pop)

WIPs/ UFOs on October 1: 4

(Grandma Shawl, Corstorphine, Fall Stripey Socks, Cedar Sparks Socks)

October 1 WIPs

Blanket squares completed: 37

New Blanket count – 379 (79%)

October 1 blanket

Total Stitches in September:  72,512

Days stitch goal met (goal changes daily based on what’s needed to meet yearly goal): 23

Projected 2022 YE stitches: 853,467

Yeah, a lot of exciting progress was made this month. The blanket is more than 3/4 done! I finished a sweater! I actually frogged a project I wasn’t working on! I really don’t know why I’ve been feeling so meh about progress lately.

October progress will basically be the blanket and the new Stephen West MKAL, which starts 10/6. Midway through this month, we add another night of rehearsals for the show I’m stage managing, so there may or not be a ton of knitting time. I can do some knitting during rehearsals depending on what’s happening and how engaged I need to be. There will also be some minor sock progress as the blanket quadrant gets too big to fit in my purse for on the bus knitting. I test knit the Cedar Sparks socks, and I only needed to make one for the test, so I’m hoping to finish one or both of those this month.

I hope everyone has a great month! I’ll be back in a few days to talk about my Bee’s Knees sweater. 🐝


  1. Love your fall stripey socks. Your blanket is beautiful. I can’t even image taking on such a large project although it would be an interesting way to do a temperature blanket?? Hmm. you are giving me ideas again!! I like your monthly “in/out” review so you will see that I “borrowed” the idea for my blog too. Still loving my excel knitting calendar/tracker. “It’s so pretty” with my color coded projects that I used it as the month review’s featured image. Mainly it works for me to not “lose” projects since I can too easily ignore labeled project bags.

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