The obsession for ZeKoigu Zetor is over, at least the knitting obsession. I really don't care for the expression "stick a fork in it."...but this thing IS (finally) DONE! It took about 1 and half hours to bind off and it was a very happy moment when the last stitch came off the needle. In retrospect, if the first two color sections had been smaller, there would have been no need for the sixth ball of yarn. The plan had been to make a small summer shoulder warmer, but the shawl grew to be HUGE and I'll be able to wrap right up in it. Can't complain about that! There is little time in the next couple of days for blocking, but she should be unfurling into her full glory by the weekend. I'm so happy with ZeKoigu Zetor and I agree with many of you who said she looks like hydrangea flowers.
The Sock Mojo is still MIA and Stacey may decide to send out a search party in case it is lost in the red rocks of Southern Utah. You notice it's Stacey sending out the search party, not me, I don't care if the Mojo returns right away. The lace Mojo is firmly in place and, for now, CeCe fills the need for lace and for the desire of new summer sweaters. The body is finished and awaiting sleeves...from there everything should go quickly.
For some reason I feel light and free…it must be the weight of Zetor, which is finally off my shoulders! As soon as CeCe is done I'll start another shawl, but for now I don't want to get too carried away with projects…it's too overwhelming for my little brain.