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  1. Stitched Together
    Stitched Together April 29, 2013 at 9:00 am |

    I am not an Agile Knitter. I knit loads more WIPs at a time. I think it’s because I don’t work, so I knit for longer each day. This means I get bored it I only work on one or even two projects at a time. I do always have a “this is next” plan with projects though. I start planning before finishing a project so I can sew in the ends, get a project on the blocking board and cast on straight away. I like have stuff ready to just GO!

  2. dollyalderton
    dollyalderton April 29, 2013 at 6:02 pm |

    I am! it didn’t take long to learn that I don’t like small projects (socks, hats, mittens, babywear), I don’t like casting on and I like to concentrate on one thing and finish in a month or less. I joined a KAL recently without finishing the shawl I had on the needles first and found that having two WIPs at once was very frustrating as it slowed my progress on them both. One at a time from now on.

  3. Christine Crawley
    Christine Crawley April 29, 2013 at 6:18 pm |

    I love the comparison – I limit myself to 5 WIPs but prefer 3.

  4. PinQueen
    PinQueen August 11, 2013 at 6:23 am |

    What a great post! My partner “does IT” for a living and I’m afraid I drift off every now and again when he talks about it. Just found your blog as I return to knitting after a long break, and am loving your stash. I’m a sewer with an embarrassing hoard of fabric and don’t want to go down that route with my wool purchases, one project at a time (?!)
    Where did you get those super needles? I’m using my grandmas and am replacing slowly as I need a different size. They are making my knitting dirty and some are bent beyond use!

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