Wash, rinse, repeat
Wash, rinse, repeat.
This is my knitting life right now. I knit some swatches, I take photographs of the swatches, I block the swatches, I photograph the swatches again. Not very exciting, is it?
The thing that saves this (secret) project is there is a lot of turnover. Swatches don’t take much time, so I’m constantly finishing one and moving on to the next. I don’t get bogged down in long rows or the feeling that I’m never going to finish what I’m working on. I have one mini finished project after another, all stacked into one growing larger by the day pile.
I’ve knit somewhere in the neighborhood of 35 swatches so far, which is around 1/3 of the way done. I’m hoping that with a road trip we’re taking later this week, where there will be lots of car knitting time, and the Olympics I can power through and be on track to finish around the end of August/mid-September. And then I’m going to kick back and focus on some selfish knitting for awhile.