Meanwhile, back inside
I was getting tired of dancing around stuff to get to my recliner, so I started work on the living room. This is the 2nd largest pile in the place, and probably the most daunting. If I tell you that the difference between the two pictures (if you can actually see one) is about 2.5 hours worth of work, you’ll understand. With luck, I’ll make it to the tv (in the black stand in the top right that you can almost barely see in the 2nd pic) by Canada Day. Without luck, plan on it being Labour Day.
I can definitely see that progress is being made! I can also see some fabulously funky yarn in that second picture, and I can’t wait to see what it becomes!
Thanks! I’m glad someone can see progress…. Actually, I can see progress from the side, because the pile encroaches slightly less far into the room. The grrrlz like the spread-out space.
The yarn is becoming a scarf. Rather an oddity of black mohair and rainbow cotton, knitted lengthwise with a separate strand for each row hence – self fringing! It’s looking odd…. I’ll post pics when it’s done.
Stacey – how did you see the yarn? I’m looking (squinting, even) and I still don’t see it.
Linda – you’re getting there! Every little bit counts!
Deb: if you click on the pic it gets disturbingly huge so you don’t have to squint.
The scarf is 4 rows away from completion (2 rainbow, 2 mohair), oh, and tying off the fringe, of course.
I need to tackle that pile again, even a little. It just sits and smirks at me while I watch tv.