Queue Control 

My ravelry queue is 9 pages long! Hard to believe but it’s true. I have no idea how it got to be this long (well actually I do, it’s a combination of too many beautiful patterns on ravelry and too much time spent browsing) but it has become apparent to me that I am not actually planning on knitting all these patterns in the near future so I should probably pare it down into something more manageable and easy to navigate. So I went through it all page by page and wrote down all the patterns that I thought I might/would actually make next year. It’s shorter but still very ambitious and I’m beginning to think that I may be a bit crazy when it comes to knitting. 

In a nutshell here’s what I hope to knit next year:

  • 14 pairs of socks (7 yellow pairs and 7 assorted other ones that I’ve had my eyes on for a while) 
  • 5 sweaters
  • 7 shawls 
  • Some amigurumi 

This doesn’t include blanket projects and the other small projects like mittens, hats and plain socks that I will probably end up wanting to make as well. I can’t help but wonder how possible this is, it seems like a lot but maybe I do knit fast enough to do it all. 

On a side note, I finished the red hat today and I like it a lot so far. Once it’s washed and blocked I’m sure I’ll like it even more and it’ll be one of my favourite hats. 

8 thoughts on “Queue Control 

    • Yep! It’s a bit crazy sometimes. I think I must use it more like you use your favourites list. For me the favourites list is a really general list, if I see anything that’s kinda cool or I like the look of it I give a like, mostly to let the designer know I like their work, and the queue is the really favourite list were all the stuff I like so much that I want to make it and would consider making it soon goes. It’s not the best system but it works well enough, I just wish ravelry had one more built in list though so I could manage everything even better.


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