Thursday, 8 September 2016

SOLO September - another page finished

Hi everyone,

So considering that I've promised myself that I'd stick to NWN until it is finished, the SOLO September is the perfect SAL for me (as I don't have to do anything more besides what I'm already doing) :D The only "Adjustment" I'm making is that not only I'm sticking to only one stitching project I'm also sticking to one knitting project as well.

So although September as started a week ago and I've already started the SOLO September, I haven't made the proper "join in" post (so this is it).

My stitching project, obviously, is the No Words Needed, and, I've finally completed another page, which means I know have 12 pages/ 2 rows completed of a total of 36p/6r (being the last column and row pages only partial)
I'm taking a picture by the end of each stitching session (again) so that I have a "daily" (whenever I can work on it) progress picture. 

End of Stitching Session 06 on 30/08/2016

End of SS07 - 06/09/2016 - 12pg finished

And my Knitting SOLO project is the baby cardigan
Which went from this:
1st attempt
To this:
End of KS01 - 05/09/16
I've ripped it all and restarted it with the proper needles and I'm so happy I did it as the bottom is looking much better.

Thanks all for stopping by :)
Happy Stitches


Pull the other thread said...

Great progress on both your solo projects. Glad to see NWN again, such a beautiful piece. Best of luck with Solo September!

Lesley said...

I am looking forward to seeing your progress on your lovely stitching project and I love your littlle cardigan already.

Tiffstitch said...

Beautiful work on NWN and glad your knitting is obeying well too!

Justine said...

That is a very detailed stitch! You're making great progress in Solo September - unlike me I'm afraid!

The Crafty Princess said...

Congrats on completing page 12. Not much to go now! Good luck for the rest of the month!
xox Alicia

Brigitte said...

These are two great Solo projects.

Katie said...

Congrats on the page finish. Looks beautiful!! The knitting looks fantastic too.