Men's Muffler

Finished. I got through this better than I thought I would. For being my first large piece to have worked on, I'm darned proud! But, I certainly felt the challenge: the knitting got tight, and then loose, and then tight. And, several times I stopped to tear a row or two out to get it turned around. All the while though, I was elated to see the piece developing.
The time that I take to sit and knit is well spent. I'd come away from those knitting sessions feeling great. I'm glad I chose to knit way back when and to get back into it once again. I can see that I have my work cut out for me, though. To learn how to keep things nice and even. I've read in other blogs where somebody will say they're usually a tight knitter and know how to handle that. Hehe. I'm blessed to read those things. Really am!

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crmartin's picture

I think it looks great, congratulations! Looking forward to seeing more.



ffarff's picture

This looks beautiful. id like to do something similiar in grey.

MMario's picture

Uneven tension usually smooths out with practice. Which is a great excuse to do more knitting!

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