Sorta Worried Sorta Not

As you can see I have made progress on the vest. I have finished both the front and back yokes and put them on one needle. I’m now working my way down from the underarms.

I just added the second skein of yarn. That means I’ve knit 250 yards of the 840 I expect to knit. Looking at the calendar I see that half the month is gone but not half the yarn. That is a bit worrisome. I must knit faster or more or I’m not going to make it. There is also that voice saying you’re not going to use 800 yards. I must use 800 yards.

So I’ll be knitting until I’m done.

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14 Responses to Sorta Worried Sorta Not

  1. robbiemct3 says:

    a deadline is only a suggestion! You’ll love the vest no matter the finish date or the yardage…It’s great.

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  2. salpal1 says:

    You will make it! Knitting in the round is so much faster than flat knitting. I have confidence in you!

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  3. kathyreeves says:

    I bet going round and round eats the yarn much faster, hope so anyway!

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  4. sewadilly says:

    Looks great!! You can do it .. think I’m hearing your needles clickin’ from here …………….. 🙂

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  5. And you don’t – I assume – have short rows to mess up and have to tink!

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  6. It is looking great, and you will get it done!

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  7. Olivia says:

    Longer vests are all the fashion, plus your over the tricky part. You can do this!

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  8. chrisknits says:

    Is it a sweater with sleeves or a vest? That can’t use 800 yards if you are only at 1 skeins already. Are you sure it’s not 2 skeins used?

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