Slow and Steady…

Can I just say that I totally love this scarf?

Seriously, this has been a great knit. I love cables…it’s so fun to watch them appear as you knit.

For those of you who are interested, you can find the pattern online for free! (Thus proving that this scarf is even cooler…free patterns are so nice to come by.)

We’re at forty percent completion. It would be fifty percent if I had been able to find time to knit on it in the past two days. (That’s why I aimed to finish this a month early; I knew there would be days where I could not knit.)

I might knit another one of these. That’s saying a lot because I’ve never knitted the same thing twice. Ever.

Aran Scarf, you rock!

(Even if I’m kicking myself for signing up for ISE6. Really? A scarf exchange? With a newborn and two other little ones? While making three baby quilts? And after my husband has been newly diagnosed with kidney disease? I’m a flippin’ moron!)

(But then I look at this beautiful concoction of yarn and think that it’s worth it to have had the opportunity to discover this pattern and work with it.)

5 thoughts on “Slow and Steady…

  1. Mrs. JoAnne Mabey says:

    i think you are fabulous! i think it was the same thing with me- 2 cats, 2 dogs, 2 kids, renovating a house- still, and then some how becomeing the social hangout on the weekends for the kids at church. and a husband whose job suddenly thinks he is the one to travel. oi. why cant we just say no? 🙂 oh well, we have fun and that is all that matters right?


  2. Mrs. Brooke says:

    Thank you all!

    And yes, I do like to create…and some of my creations (I can think of three in particular…) contribute to my slowly wavering sanity. Too much of a good thing? Ha ha.


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