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Fear of finishing June 17, 2006

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Is it truly a "fear of finishing" that prevents us from running in those ends or sewing up corners?  Truthfully, I don’t need this finished till August but still…it is done!  I knit it with Saucy Cotton based on the Debbie Abraham’s book 100 Afghan Squares to Knit.  I knit the squares in strips and generally did my own thing and saved about $400 by not using Rowan Denim.  While I don’t love cotton to knit with–this was an enjoyable project.  I would like to do another one–eventually–using Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece.

Granny very kindly presented me with a gift the other day…wanna peek?Blankie_done_029  The wrapping paper Blankie_done_030 was very creative…Yup, those are wee wee pads!  Inside…some fabulous salad spoons from Tanzania–when Granny went on safari.  Those will be awesome for the weekly Stitch n’ Bitch.                                                                 Blankie_done_031

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28 Responses to “Fear of finishing”

  1. ann Says:

    the blanket looks wonderful and I love those salad spoons. I am cracking up thinking of Granny on safari, complete with pith helmet!

  2. Cara Says:

    LOVE the blanket! LOVE IT! I’m all about the square these days.

    One word for you:

    Courageous!

  3. Carol Says:

    Undaunted!! I can think is so many more. By the way, the blanket is absolutely beautiful and the recipient will be overjoyed. Gifts like that are very heartfelt and appreciated more than anything.

  4. Norma Says:

    I am in LOVE with that blankie! You are amazing for finishing it so soon! Fabo.

    The word:

    Undaunted.

  5. Norma Says:

    Oh, crap. Couldn’t I even be ORIGINAL? after I posted it, I saw Carol’s. Erg. Must be you really ARE undaunted, then, so I’ll stick with it.

  6. michele Says:

    The blanket is wonderful!!! Caring — that is the word that comes to my mind first 🙂

  7. Nancy Says:

    Indomitable

  8. Nancy Says:

    By the way I love that freakin’ blanket. If I hadn’t sworn off blankets made of squares I’d have to try to make a really beautiful one like that.

  9. Jennifer Says:

    Beautiful Blue Blanket! It looks like expert finishing to me – in fact I might have to get your advice on how it’s done. Happy knitting!

  10. sprite Says:

    Very cool blanket.

    One word: advocate.

  11. Michelle Says:

    Genuine.

  12. margene Says:

    True-blue

    The blanket is fabulous!!

  13. Angi Says:

    One word: AMAZING

  14. Orli Says:

    it’s just lovely Katy, I’ve written down the yarn in a file I keep for ref. I’m a bit of a cotton whore I’m afraid.
    Just one word: Inspiring.

  15. Jackie Says:

    Determined!

    I love the blanket, Katy – it is so beautiful.

  16. Lynne Says:

    Well, your blanket is wonderful. I really did love doing mine in the Cotton FLeece…very nice yarn. Congratulations on a job well done!

  17. Anita Says:

    I love the blanket – I admire your ‘tenacity’ (there’s a word for you) in knitting all those squares!

  18. Kathy Says:

    Amazing.

    You are. First word that came to mind. Truly.

  19. Kate Says:

    Mom.

    You are what I consider to be a good mom. So, there ya’ go. “mom” — not all mother’s deserve the title “mom”.

  20. Lars Says:

    Superwoman.


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