Thank goodness for Ravelry

I’m sure this is like the millionth post about how awesome Ravelry is, well it’s true and here is one more story to prove it.  I was going to finish up the Seamless Hybrid sweater yesterday, but apparently I don’t have enough yarn!  I thought for sure I would have enough, 10 skeins – you’d think it would be!  I was working along, finishing the yoke yesterday and I was nearing the end of the skein I was using thinking I had one more still left.  When I went to look for it, it was nowhere to be found – argh!!  Well of course I went to Ravelry to see if anyone had any, being that the yarn is discontinued and all…lucky for me the user named slowpoke had just one ball in the color and dyelot I needed.  A quick message and a paypal sent and hopefully the yarn should be here next week.  Yay!!  I’m still disappointed that I won’t have the sweater done this weekend, but that’s the way it goes for me I guess.  Anyway, thank goodness for Ravelry!

Instead of working on the sweater, I’ve been dabbling in some crochet.  I whipped up the One Skein Scarf from The Happy Hooker in some Rowan Tapestry, with no picture yet because I really don’t know how to weave in ends on crochet.  I’m going to study the book today to try and figure it out rather than just winging it like I have done in the past.  That’s about it for now, enjoy the weekend 🙂

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  1. Ravelry rocks!

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  2. Yes, Ravelry is the BEST.
    I always just weave my ends in willy-nilly with crochet, and it always turns out fine.

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  3. Wheeeew! A near disaster, averted.

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