Somewhere I can let out my inner crafter without being labeled as even more insane.

So the Rohan scarf has begun! This is it about one and a half hours into the third attempt (we will not discuss the first two…)

rohan1a

And the back

rohan1

I have recently started recording how long projects take me. Mostly for curiousity, but I expect that I’ll find a way to analyse it! Which is how I know that this is 1.5 hours work. I have an app on my smartphone (I can’t believe I actually just typed those words…), which can have multiple stopwatches on the go, and name each of them (very useful!). So all new projects from here on out will be recorded. (If I remember!) Fingers crossed that I remember to start/stop each time!

The scrappy blanket continues. This will be the last row of hexagons to be attached (finally!), so I’m trying to get through them. This is my take-around project, as the colourwork on the Rohan scarf is very complicated, and I can;t take it anywhere!

scrappy1Eek! I can’t belive this thing is nearly finished!!! And then I’ll start a new one! Gotta use up all those scraps!

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Comments on: "At dawn, on the third day, we ride!" (1)

  1. Love all those colors on your scrap blanket. Can’t wait to see it all done!

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