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November 25, 2008


That was a close one. Slog be GONE!
(I don't need to remind you of the process, right? It should be a good process, not a slog, I'm sure)

That is going to be a stunning, unique garment.

Yay! It's going to be so lovely, sheer and ethereal!

So happy she's not a 'slog'..she's much too pretty to have that label..It's possible she may become your favorite when all finished..which looks like may happen soon~
Happy Thanksgiving!!

We all need the reminders, don't we? I do believe that is one beautiful sweater and you'll love it more because you know how much you put into it. Simply lovely.

Slog averted, it's going to be gorgeous.

Things are really taking shape (as they say) for you...prettily! Nothin' like being wrapped in a cloud.

Oh - heh! Isn't it fun to look up and all of a sudden see the light at the end, and all your hard work paying off into something so beautiful?

Whew! It's gorgeous - I bet it'll be like wearing a cloud. A dry cloud. ;)

Looks pretty good to me, I can't wait to see it on you.

Margene, I think this sweater is going to be the ugly duckling that turns into a swan....in your last picture, one can tell just how beautiful she is going to be!

I find that one of my biggest problem areas in knitting is letting my doubts and fears for the project overcome me, causing me to stall to avert potential mistakes. nine times out of ten, I discover those doubts were wrong and the project once picked up (although sometimes years later) and completed, turns out to be one of my favorites.

Congrats on slogging through the clouds of doubt, so that you could see the sunshine of a beautiful project.

Yay! Congrats on getting through the slog! I can't wait to see what it looks like when finished.

There's got to be a name for those doubts we experience as we knit a sweater. If not, we should come up with one. I'm glad you've overcome that feeling. The finish line is in sight!

Congrats on your perseverance! I agree with our Woolen Rabbit- it will be a Swan when all is said and done.

I'm so glad the sweater is working out as you hoped although I'll admit I had my doubts, too. I remember visiting your Tea Grotto with you and Terry and Kim. That was a fun afternoon!

That is going to be a stunner....but I'm still not gonna do it, not in a million years! I have trouble with things that are easy for Margene, so I'm smart enough not to try something that causes her any slogging!

Attitude is indeed everything.

Good news! And the knitting certainly LOOKS lovely...can't wait to see!

Oh, look! It's a sweater!

Yay for the light at the end of the tunnel... as it gets larger, the slog through the darkness gets easier. So, would you recommend this pattern? this book?

Thank goodness! I started swatching for mine last night and as I made all the corrections on the pattern and looked at people's comments about the pattern on Ravelry I began to have second, third, and fourth thoughts. I put down the swatch and decided to sleep on it and measure it in the morning. Your post is like a beacon for me to forge ahead and cast on! I so love the look of the sweater so hopefully my faith can bring it to fruition!

I'm so glad the slog is over! That is one pretty sweater.

diaphanous. great word!

the cloud of grey mist is lovely too. Keep on goin', can't wait to see it on.

Isn't it wonderful when it all comes together like that? Here's hoping it's smooth sailing from here on out!

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