Words of Wisdom . . . on a Paper Towel
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It's a Repeat!

My knitting time has been severely limited of late.  Although I still try to knit - at least a little bit - each day, my production has definitely slowed this year.  I'm okay with that.  Because, really, for me . . .it's all about the process and the feeling-of-calm I get when I knit.

But still.  I'd like to actually finish a project or two!!!

It feels like a long time ago that I started knitting my version of Romi's Cactus Flower shawl.


It was sort of a group project . . . a virtual "knit-along" shared with friends. . . 

It's a great knit.  Very satisfying.  It's full of challenge and enough "change" to make it Never Dull.  But, at the end, here . . . it is becoming quite a slog!


I'm in the home stretch now:  ready to begin repeat #11 (of 18) lace panel repeats. 

And, thanks to these great shawls, I am inspired to keep on . . . repeating!  (I can see now that it will be worth it in the end.)


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It's really beautiful Kym! I'm sure it's worth every minute you manage to grab.


You're more than halfway; keep on knitting!


Cactus Flower is one of the most beautiful shawls I've knit and every single one I see is inspiring. When you reach the journey's end you're going to love this shawl even more!


Go Kym Go!! It's a beautiful shawl and you will love it.


It does seem like forever ago. Its beautiful.


Very pretty! Just remember that one stitch at a time adds up...


It's definitely worth it! Mine is done and blocked, I just need to take photos and post about it!


You go, girl! Is it just me, but I think most projects are a slog at the end! And you re so right...even if this year's production is not...whatever...it's a good thing to knit every day!


whew - those knitted on borders are a slog... good thing you've got some lovely FOs to keep you inspired through those last eight repeats!!

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