Not Fudging Any Facts

In one more row I will move on to the 7th section, a lace one, of the Channah shawl. The plain stockinette sections work up so quickly. I had wanted to finish that last row last night but by 9:45 I was too tired to knit one more row.

The voice in my head is sure that edge is going to be tight. I’ve tried to think loose thoughts and leave a wee bit of extra yarn. I didn’t do a yarn over after the first stitch because I might be a little close on the quantity of yarn. I’ve had these thoughts with everything I’ve knit. I’m not going to worry about it. There are bigger things to worry about in all honesty. When wrapped around my neck, or whoever’s, it will not be visible. It will be pretty and keep a neck warm and those are the things that matter.

How are your projects going?

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12 Responses to Not Fudging Any Facts

  1. I love your yarn! But I think I mentioned that before. Sometimes o e more row isn’t possible.

    Just finished the gusset on a sock. I really should blog about it. Two of our grandkids are here for the weekend and we’re taking them home right after virtual school and lunch. Maybe I’ll post about my socks later today…

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  2. sewadilly says:

    You scarf/shawl is lovely. I am knitting in my mind through you and your project. To be honest, I have one room to declutter, very difficult for me … wish me luck. I will update on that to make me get decisions made resulting in nice craft room.

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  3. Stefanie says:

    You are making good progress on this shawl. Knitting’s on hold for now. Hopefully I can get back up on the horse with my sewing project. Not working out today as the 13 yo has an orthodontist appointment; she’s getting her braces off!

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  4. I don’t think I’ve ever done a project that I wasn’t convinced I would run out of yarn before the end. This shawl is lovely, by the way

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  5. chrisknits says:

    Knitting languishes, but the sewing is going apace.

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  6. I think it looks great! Glad you are going with it 🙂

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  7. nanacathy2 says:

    I love the yarn you are using so pretty. I’m knitting a baby cardigan and finding excuses not to restart some quilting!

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  8. Alissa Head says:

    Your knit is so pretty. I love the yarn. I’m finishing up my Litmus Cowl and trying to decide if I need another stripe for length before I graft.

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  9. ReginaMary says:

    I seem to recall you having difficulty with a tight bind off on a recently completed project. I am one ball away from binding off my husband’s blanket. Yay! I have to kitchener the ends of a cowl. Yay! Then I am on to my next adventure…or two!

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  10. kathyreeves says:

    The shawl is looking great, warm and lovely.if the edge is a little tight, the better to curl around your neck and keep you warm! I have 3 knitting projects going now, and am going to use this week off to get them all moving forward, as well as some sewing too!

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