Kudos to Millard!

MMario's picture

A man of strong resolve and determination.
His tale of Suki's Nemisis on Ravelry is outstanding! As are the photos of the result.

And I'm not saying that just because it's my pattern! *grin*

He pciked up and continued after a disaster I doubt I would have recovered from - and then had another one hit....and still ended up with a fantastic finished project.

Huzzah Mil!


Bill's picture

Love the way Mill writes...he has a great sense of humor!
...you realize that the great beast that destroyed his work is the size of a tea cup...

Craig's picture

Mill is my new hero, I have started and unravelled a Hemlock Ring throw three times it now sits unfinished in a basket under my bed.

Have been knitting for years. I knit continually then will try another craft, but will return to the needles.

potterdc's picture

Thanks for sharing that! Thoroughly enjoyed reading it this morning, first thing, in my office on a rainy day...hmm...I think I'll pull out my knitting before anyone else comes in...

Jonathan in DC

Think less, enjoy it more.

Think less, enjoy it more.

bigrich5885's picture

Uggh, when I knit my QAL, I didn't use lifelines either. I'm sure there's a mistake or two in there somewhere, but I'm not usually one to frog something unless the mistake is glaringly obvious. The thought of dropping live stitches just freaks me out, even if I had used a lifeline....that's why I still do cables the "old fashioned way" with another needle. Live stitches hanging in mid air? No thank you
Kudos to Mill for having the determination to 1) not kill the dog, and 2) finish his QAL....it looks great, btw!