Jun 3, 2018

Patience is a Virtue

Herlacyn Breeze continues to move forward, but it's hit that challenging stage. The bulk of the knitting is completed, the strips have been seamed, the borders are done, and the edging is nearing completion.

The project, in other words, is tantalizingly close to becoming a full-fledged FO, but it's not quite there ... yet. 

There are still ends to weave, followed by a good blocking to relax stitches, square up corners, and coax the border to lay flat. None of these things come as a surprise, of course, but they do require discipline and care. 

Keep that in mind if you happen to pass me on the street or in the grocery store. You'll know right away it's me, because I'll be the woman muttering "patience is a virtue, patience is a virtue" under her breath.

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  1. lovely colors ... can't wait to see completed :)

    1. Thank you, Helen, great to see you here! The afghan is almost (but not quite) ready for some post-blocking photos :)


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