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Finish Line…

building blocks
So yesterday I finished all of Grover’s pieces, the back, front left, front right and sleeves. Last night my husband thought I was crazy as I followed Bonne Marie’s blocking recommendation of laying the pieces on a damp towel and rolling it up. This morning, I carefully measured the pieces and laid them out on the carpet, just so. I wish I would be home tonight in time to seam it all together but I have to work until around 9 p.m. Oh well, they will still be waiting on me tommorow! I will sew them together, knit the hood and try to decide what method of fastening I should use. The pattern calls for a zipper, but I am very intimidated by that thought. I may just stick to the pattern to prove it to myself that I can do it.

toe-rific
In other news, I started a new project just to prove to myself that I can do it…I intended to take pictures but this will have to do for now. I started a sock. I bought the yarn months ago. I even started on one, but ripped it. My problem was working with wooden DPN’s. It was like knitting with toothpicks to me and I feared breaking them every moment of my knitting. It was stress. So, I bought some metal ones and I’ve started a sock. I’m about halfway down the leg right now. It’s a bit large for me, but we’ll see how it turns out. I’m not looking for perfection, just accomplishment and hopefully I can knit more from there.

k.i.p.
I did a little knitting in public yesterday in a hospital. I had a booth set up there for work. I got a lot done and received a lot of comments. One lady said “it just looks so mindless”. Hmmm….knitting takes a lot of thinking to me, but I answered her with “yes, it becomes very methodical”. I decided to take it as a comliment, that I make it look easy. 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Finish Line…

  1. I have started one sock 3 times and another one twice. All this in 3 years. My last try on a sock I am down to grafting the toe. I dropped some stitches about a month ago. So I think I will frog and re knit.
    I don’t think that your sock woes are too bad…. after what I’ve been through LOL.

  2. I’ve been waiting a long time to see Grover finished! Can’t wait until you get him seamed so I can see him! I blocked that last sweater per those instructions too.

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