After years of hooking, I now have the enough experience to read my knitting and determine where I am in a pattern and any given moment. And, I have a better understanding of instructions. Enough that I can now knit the Daystar by François Stewart Designs without complication and clear up my own confusion fast enough to continue knitting…you know how it is when you are on a roll. Ha ha!
I must admit I am pretty proud of myself for knowing how to put add the cedilla to the c
This time I had no problem with the garter tab beginning, nor the annoying curling; I knew exactly where to pick up stitches. I am also using the correct size needle which seemed way to big at first, but is alleviating the difficulty I remember I experienced trying to k3tog with a us 5 (3.75mm) needle on fingering weight yarn. I hope the mystery lace section goes as pleasantly. I lost track of my stitch count already, but fixed that with a kfb.
Interestingly, this Aeonium haworthii is in bloom at my mom’s house. It seems insignifant in color, but it has really caught my attention. If you think about it, the star relate to the name of the shawl as they are showing their starry-ness during the day…daystars! For me there is a color relationship; the pale grey I am using is common to other succulents.