Ducky - The 1987 Mallard Sprinter Travel Trailer · Unraveled Wednesday / Knit & Read

Unraveled Wednesday: 2nd-to-last House in the 7th Row

I'm joining Kat & the Unravelers today to share what I'm knitting & reading.


On the right…


I knit these rows from right to left, so that house on the left is the second one I've completed but it'll be second-to-last in the end. THE END! It's (almost) in sight!


I haven't been reading a thing. Well, except for all kinds of information about vintage campers.


It would be really great if I could find an owner's manual, but so far nothing. There's not much out there about this little baby at all! Luckily, there are lots of similar Prowlers and Jaycos and, boy howdy, there are websites and forums and groups galore. I haven't even dared peek at Pinterest. Ha. It's a crazy week, but I'll fill you all in, and I'm starting a new category: 1987 Mallard Sprinter Travel Trailer


10 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday: 2nd-to-last House in the 7th Row

  1. Your little houses are THE BEST summer project! (Maybe someday I’ll be able to pick mine back up. You inspire!) And the camper! WOW! You are going to have so much fun. XO

  2. I cannot wait to see that new category fill up with ALL kinds of cool stuff, cool places, and lots (and lots) of adventures!!

  3. My friend turned the one she found into her “knitting camper”. Sometimes she even let her husband in.

  4. I can’t wait to see what you do with your camper, and where it takes you!! (and I love love love your little houses!)

  5. If you have time, take a look at Traveling Robert on YouTube. He often visits state parks with his Minie Winnie and his shows are organized by regional areas. It’s great to travel along with him especially to places we’ve already camped in.

  6. Your houses are soooo cute. I can’t wait to see your village.
    Ducky is so exciting! How many can sleep inside? You’ll have tons of fun, safely, traveling with Ducky!
    I can see the grandies now tearing around a campground.

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