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My goals for 2014

So here's my goals for the year:
:bulletred: Finish 3 projects each month. 1 each month from may-august

- One pair of socks count as one project.
- Each project will only be counted the month they get finished.

:bulletgreen: January: 4
:bulletgreen: February: 3
:bulletgreen: March: 12
:bulletgreen: April: 5
:bulletgreen: May: 11
:bulletgreen: June: 4
:bulletgreen: July: 6
:bulletgreen: August: 1
:bulletred: September: 0
:bulletred: October: 0
:bulletred: November: 0
:bulletred: December: 0

:bulletgreen: 10 pairs of socks/slippers/footwear
Size doesn't matter.
Done: 11

:bulletred: 8 pairs of gloves/mittens
Size, with/without fingers doesn't matter.
Done: 4

:bullet red: 5 hats/headbands/earwarmers
Size doesn't matter.
Done: 4

:bulletgreen: 6 dresses/sweaters/leggings
More complicated projects, size doesn't matter
Done: 8

Finished projects:
Frozen - Anna's mittens by KnitLizzy Dragon Scale - fingerless mittens by KnitLizzy
Ugly scrap socks part three, all about stripes by KnitLizzy Ugly scrap socks part four: lollipop by KnitLizzy
Grey cable sweater Jackie by KnitLizzy Batman fair-isle sweater by KnitLizzy
Chair hammock for Pepsi by KnitLizzy Dual Granny Square Chair Blanket by KnitLizzy
Swedish Weave Cowl by KnitLizzy Mureena Cable Headband by KnitLizzy
Nature ''raggsokk'' socks by KnitLizzy Pink princess ''raggsokk'' socks by KnitLizzy
Sherbet ''raggsokk'' socks by KnitLizzy Felted wine holder ''nisse'' gnome by KnitLizzy
Felted scrap slippers by KnitLizzy Ugly felted scrap slippers by KnitLizzy
Bittami dishcloths by KnitLizzy The Legend of Zelda fair-isle socks by KnitLizzy
Simple crochet dishcloths by KnitLizzy Red Marius tablet cover by KnitLizzy
Retro yellow Marius fair-isle sweater by KnitLizzy Light grey ruffle lace scarf by KnitLizzy
Childs blue Marius fair-isle sweater by KnitLizzy Red cable leggings by KnitLizzy
Purple and red camo ''raggsokk'' socks by KnitLizzy Hurricane neon flower hats by KnitLizzy
Granny square pet blanket by KnitLizzy Grey cable bag by KnitLizzy
Black lace ruffle socks by KnitLizzy Festive flower hairtie by KnitLizzy
Ripley dishcloth by KnitLizzy Aran dishcloth by KnitLizzy
Ugly yoga scrap socks by KnitLizzy Fibi the fox by KnitLizzy
Yogscast - Simon amigurumi doll by KnitLizzy Colorful, baby boy rompers by KnitLizzy
Yogscast - Sips amigurumi doll by KnitLizzy Yogscast - Sjin amigurumi doll by KnitLizzy
Burgundy and gold fingerless mittens by KnitLizzy Sugary candy floss fingerless mittens by KnitLizzy
Striped lace summer pullover by KnitLizzy Baked bean blue hooded pullover by KnitLizzy
Grey dropped stitch cowl by KnitLizzy Watermelon shawl by KnitLizzy

The Yarn Storage!

This is a small widget for mye to keep an eye on all my yarn. I will note every purchase, what I've used in all my projects and what my total storage consists of.

Start 1.1.14: 17450gr
Purchased/recieved: 11250gr
Knitted/given away: 8000gr
Total weight:20700gr





Frogging my scrap blanket!

Journal Entry: Mon Jul 21, 2014, 3:05 PM

For some time now, I've noticed that the scrap blanked started to curve in on itself a little bit. I first didn't pay much attention to this as I was (and still am) a big crochet n00b and figured it would work itself out. Turns out, it just gets worse! Either my tention has changed somewhere, or I've messed up some stitches somewhere about a year ago.

20140721 064020 by KnitLizzy

One thing is sure takes FOREVER to frog down! Expecially since the yarn has gotten tangeled here and there and the hook might have gone a bit wrong... I feel like I'm ripping every inch, tearing it appart rather than gently unravel the whole thing...

And the skein is MASSIVE! This is only about half way through! The ball measures a little over 50cm around now (19,5"). Can't wait to see it all done, but I'm starting to feel the weight and sice in my elbows.

20140721 113736 by KnitLizzy

The plan is to wind it up into smaller yarn cakes when I'm done and work from there. I've wanted a lazy kind of mindless project while I wait for some new inspiration to strike, and here it is! Just need to work out how I'm about to do it this time. I'm kinda over single crochet and want to try something new, but since I'm using small scraps (down to 10cm/4") there's not much I can do. It would look horrible if the stitch was kinda lacy or made a lot of holes. Currently, people have been suggesting half double crochet, extended single crochet and slip stitch...the latter I've never thought about working as a stitch like this, but looks awesome.

If you know of a good and compact stitch for a scrap blanket, let me know in the comments!

  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: MOONQUEST DOT COOOM!
  • Watching: Youtube videos...
  • Eating: Want me some chili...
  • Drinking: Water...


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Lise Engdal
Artist | Hobbyist | Artisan Crafts
25 years old from Norway with a passion for knitting.
For more info, see my other dA account: LARvonCL
Wondering about anything? Maybe want to commission something? Send me an email at knitlizzy(a)gmail(dot)com

You can also follow me on Instagram: LARvonCL


What should be my next project? 

16 deviants said Skirt
9 deviants said Jacket
3 deviants said Other suggestions?


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Nerds-and-Corsets Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
Thanks so much for the fave! :D
Chuck-and-June Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Beep Boop! Beep Boop!

Hello Liz :3
KnitLizzy Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Woop woop! Hello Drunk Uncle June! Zup?
White-Hand Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you for the favourite on my cape. :)
TxYankee Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow! You are an amazing knitter!!!! Do you use patterns? That Batman sweater would make my daughter drool! She loves Batman anything. It's just usually too hot in Texas for sweaters. It's cool today at 76 at 10:30am. I guess Norway is much colder. <3
KnitLizzy Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you ^^ I do use patterns mostly, but I am trying to do more of my own patterns now. The Batman sweater, I drew up the fair-isle myself, but it's all based of a different pattern.
76 is usually my limit when it comes to heat, cause that's a normal summer day over here. Any hotter and I'd be dying :P
ka-du-trur Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
Thanks for the fave =D
SandFan Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the :+fav: on New Animal Crossing Bell Bags! :)
veryprettycreations Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
hey lizzie it me tita. I deleted my old account. that one failed. But here is my new one. Enjoy.. :)
Tita-Crochets Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
hey lizzy. Im working on writing my first knitting pattern. It a fair isle pattern. Zelda bag im doing. Something easy to start. This should be fun.
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