Another week where I am barely making it to the computer for this week’s Raverly in Review. What a crazy week it has been! In fact, I almost did not post today’s Ravelry in Review. I was going to instead save it for tomorrow or maybe even skip it this week entirely. But, my stats show that many of you are enjoying these weekly posts so I can’t let you or myself down. I will have to sit down here soon one night and tell you about the craziness that has been going on lately. What a summer!

Below are a bunch of random patterns that I have been admiring. I had a lot of fun doing a theme for last week’s Ravelry in Review so I think I might do some more of those in the near future!


I keep eyeing this first pattern. I think I might just have to break down and buy it! I love how it works for either a boy or a girl and is sized newborn to 10 years. I could use it for both Ariella and Gabriel which I really like!

Gavrosh Pants by Elena Nodel

I am not too fond of knitting cables. It just hasn’t grown on me yet but this pattern by Kate Oates is tempting me to try them again. I’m really drawn to this hat and I need a new hat for myself this fall! I love how the reverse stockinette stitch makes the cables really pop.

Rondo by Kate Oates

Maybe these Ravelry in Review posts show it but in case they don’t, I tend to be more of a knitter than a crocheter. Every now and then though I get the urge to pull out my crochet hooks and when that urge strikes again I think I might turn to this pattern for potholders. So cute.

Disc-Disc by ChickenBetty

Finally, another sweet little knit for my younger two children. I think these two are just adorable. I also love how you can dress them up. Actually all of Amanda Berry’s patterns on Ravelry are really sweet. Be sure to check out the super cute puppy as well.

Dress Up Bunny and Bear by Amanda Berry

Summer sure is flying by and I have not even begun to plan what I need to knit everyone for fall and winter this year. I really want to get more organized with my knitting so I can accomplish all that I would like to make. Right now I am at a loss as to how to do just that. These Ravelry in Review posts are not making my knitting much easier either! Instead my list of items I want to make just keeps right on growing!

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