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Perils of Margene (Part II)

Perils of Margene (Part l)

The intrepid knitter blithely creates her stitches one by one, taking no heed of the pitfalls and perils ahead (even though she knows this road can be bumpy). Margene sits smiling (it's actually a silly grin) and enjoys the process of her project. She dreams of the day this lovely sweater will be finished and she can wear it with pride.

Sprosslingbeatuifulbackandfront

The back has been finished for some time and the front (right front) is now off the needles. This happy knitter lays out her work for a triumphant picture. How happy the day! Both pieces look great, Margene is satisfied, and pleased, as the going has not been easy. A new feeling of dread comes over her. Has this knitter taken care to follow through with due diligence?  

De Nile is a huge and dangerous river for the knitter who does not take care, who simple cannot imagine something ELSE could go wrong. The sweater looks good, but is it?  Is there (more) trouble ahead? Is she doomed?

Comments

(gulp) hope it's OK - it certainly *looks* good :o)

I can't stand the suspense.... what's up?!

Remember to only knit two sleeves. ;^)

Oh my....

Oh dear....that Snidely Whiplash was a spoiler for sure....hopefully Dudley Do-Right is right behind! ;-)

So happy to be present for Part I...and has my fingers crossed Part 2 will be good news! I've had withdrawal pains from no Margene blog for almost 2 weeks...geesh dial up is SO wicked!

So glad that you are able to concentrate enough to knit once again...
process.. we love the process... :-)

I'm guessing there is more to know about this.

It is strange how we do this. I am always waiting for the shoe to drop. So I won't jinx my current project with talk of how little went wrong. From cast on to currently binding off. I'm worried because things seem to be going so well....... I should probably delete everything I have just typed.

Oooh! I love a good story!

xo

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