back on track

Hi Gents

Feel like it has been ages since I have been active on MWK. I had a complete disaster with the Boyf jumper. To cut a long story short. I ended up going at it with a pair of scissors and then had to massively frog. Ended up just staring at the mess for about 5 weeks sigh... (I am one of those people who cannot face starting something till the current project is finsihed!)

Well - a quiet, sunny (and very cold) sydney winter's day was enough to make me face my foe!

Done - and all back on track :) Started a sleeve last night!

Hopefully he will get it before this winter is done.


Gregory Patrick's picture

All the hot knitter are elsewhere. Damn....

rc_in_sd's picture

Finishing one thing before starting another - I've heard whispers of such things, but assumed that they were legends. Congrats on seeing it through, Paul - there'll be many happy days ahead!

TomH's picture

Hate to admit it - but I'm one of those, too!

Another one here.

rc_in_sd's picture

Believe me, I'm more than a little jealous.

WillyG's picture

I'm sorry for your pain. That sounds so gruesome. I'm glad to hear you've moved to sunnier pastures.

Thomasknits's picture

What is this "Fin-ish-ing Pro-jects" business? I don't know if I have ever learned the meaning of those two words together.


MMario's picture

The term confuses me as well - I think it's one of those "jargon" phrases that every craft (and job) seem to have...but I haven't figured out what this one means.

MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Too bad you had to resort to sharp, pointy objects (other than knitting needles) to resolve the problem. Here's hoping the next adventure is better. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.