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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.
Go, Bess! Can't wait to see it all done. Nobody's going to notice those tiny flaws -- there is no Knitting Inspector. Just wear it joyously and show off all those wonderful spicy colors. :)
Thanks Cathy. That's what I'm thinking - who's going to notice. Even the blip on the edge where I picked up too many stitches can be concealed when I knit up that long sleeve seam. The whole sweater is bound off in I-cord trim which will take a while, but I believe I can get to that point this weekend. Photos on Monday?
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Friday, January 09, 2009
Proof of Life
and proof of knitting
Sorry for the long silence. I am having an existential experience with that adult surprise sweater. It is making me what I am – a frustrated knitter. It is showing me who I am. An anal colorwork freak. It is going to be finished this weekend by gum or by golly. Fer cryin' out loud!! There are only 6 garter ridges left to knit on one sleeve. Then seam, edge, block and wear. I will finish it at least up to the 40 miles of i-cord bindoff by Sunday.
“Proof? The proof?”, you ask.
posted by Bess | 7:50 AM
Well, here is a photo of the short rows at the elbow – the sloppy one on the left, where I did the wrap'n'turns to close together and the neater one on the right. Hey – they'll be in the crook of my elbows. Who will ever notice? Also see.... on the left I picked up too many stitches. That may be a problem, but let's see when I do the long sleeve/shoulder seam.