How about 100 days of . . .

Earlier this week I was pondering a 100 day project. I got some great suggestions and encouragement – thanks! Sarah had an idea that I have been chewing on. How about 100 days to make a pair of socks? She suggested that I could figure out how many rounds I would need to do each day to give me a guide. That sounds pretty mathy to me. But, I do like the idea that I could knit on a sock every day for 100 days. This current sock is ready for the next step and I have been saying (for too many weeks) that I just need to watch a video and get going. Now that I have finished one mitten and will finish the second one soon, I feel like I am ready to get back to these socks. I found a few videos to watch and I am feeling much more confident about using double pointed needles (after that mitten knitting). And knit a pair of socks is on my bingo card. Sounds like win-win! Hello to 100 days of sock knitting.

So, hello Friday, hello to more sock knitting, hello to learning something new. Can you believe February is waiting just around the corner?

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

13 thoughts on “How about 100 days of . . .

  1. i’ve been thinking about the 100 days project too and decided to knit each day. even if it is just a row or two, it will help me get my sweater done that i’ve been slowly working (and re-working and re-working) for a long time now! πŸ™‚
    love, kisses & magical wishes…
    ~*~

  2. Love this way of approaching a 100Day project, Juliann! What a great way to combine all sorts of goodness.

  3. I think this is the perfect 100 day project to learn something new and make something useful. also, I love the yarn!

  4. That wool is just beautiful … Does it just knit up like that or do you have a complicated pattern to follow? Your 100 Day project sounds perfect – you’ll have a real useable outcome at the end of it.

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