On da Hook: August 5, 2015.
Gosh! It reminds me of happier times: I had just met Edson. Now despite a phone call and assist from a mutual friend to give him my phone number, I have not heard word one from him. Oh well, must move on!
Due to the power outage this AM, I had time to run a lifeline through Crickets Sing For Anamaria afghan and confirm I was not off target with Thesis Blanket by Phoebe Garrett. Sure enough! Because I chose magic loop versus 5 dpns, I missed two very important increases, passing nipple syndrome and already progressed to hat lands. Cut my losses?
Wait! Hood! Try it on. Take a few pics. Hmmm, attach a cape with i-cord bind off to complete object?
Try finding a book with instructions for an I-cord bind off…electricity back on!
Prepare this post. Seeing pictures I am very attracted to the double density of the fabric, and it’s added softness and cushiness. Maybe continue to baby afghan?
I have plenty of yarn left over to begin again, but that knit is so nice and the double density makes it so cushy.
First option is risky and uncharted, second option is intuitive…what to do? Good time to put it on hold and go back to Electricity Shawl.
Actually, as I was preparing this post, I kept automatically calling this project Crickets Sing For Anamaria – by Emma Bunton – Afghan, so I guess it will be a baby afghan. I am definitely going to buy another set of circular US 6 needles, because that magic loop is for the birds!