Knitting Goals for 2019

From my queue [all patterns are free]:

1) Irish Hiking Scarf by Adrian Bizilia

US 8 straight/single point needles, a cable needle. Yarn: Worsted, 350 yds (~7 oz). I plan on using: 1 skein, 7 oz (355 yds) of Yarn Bee Sugarwheel Colorway: Minted Macaroon. Weight: Worsted.


Gift for my grandma.

2) Irish Hiking Mitts by iknit2purl2

Require DPNs (US 6). Yarn: Worsted, 150 – 220 yds (~5 oz). I plan on using: 1 skein, 5 oz (232 yds) of Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek Solids Colorway: Kale. Weight: Worsted.


Project for myself because no one in my family will use them (fingerless gloves).

3) Bargain Matinee Prayer Shawl by Alice’s Embrace

Pattern calls for US 13 circular needles and bulky yarn. Use US 8 circular needles and something from my stash – that one skein someone gifted me back in 2015 that I still need to use – 1 skein, 14 oz (744 yds) of Red Heart Super Saver Solids Colorway: Cherry. Weight: Worsted / 4 / Medium.

I’m not entirely sure what I’ll be doing with this shawl once I’m done (I don’t have double the yardage in order to double up on the yarn, which basically creates the end result of bulky yarn when only using worsted). Because it won’t be similar to the size and proportion of the desired end result, it’s not going to be applicable for donating to Alice’s Embrace (their About).

4) Figure out what on earth I’m doing to do with my Mystery Yarn (one 3 oz skein of black worsted, two 2 oz skeins of fuzzy aqua probably worsted something or other).

5) Endometriosis Shawl by Caitlin Shepherd

I plan on using: 1 skein, 7 oz (355 yds) of Yarn Bee Sugarwheel Colorway: Grape Jamboree. Weight: Worsted.


I’m honestly not quite sure what I’ll do with it, but I’m hoping I’ll be able to handle the lace alright.

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