13 thoughts on “Persistence

  1. Good for you. It can be hard to stick to a project once you’re bored. I just updated on River – thought I’d let you know, since you do knitalong news early in the week.

  2. Doesn’t it feel good to finish things up? I think alot of us bloggers are in this same train of thought – it must have to do with the changing of the season. Whatever the reason – good to hear you caught that bug.

  3. Congratulations! I like knitting both sleeves at the same time … that way I won’t stay on the sleeve island for too long, I think! Wish you finish sleeve 2 soon.

  4. Good for you!! I’m slowly tickin away at my cardigan too, but now it’s all about the River! I cast back on this weekend and I’ve worked to row 35, and I have joined the addicted masses. I’m loving it now.

  5. I received my socks in the mail today, and I looooove them! I can’t believe my luck that you were my sockapal2za pal. I have been reading your blog for quite sometime and had already fallen in love with the socks. I thought I’d knit the pattern for myself, but YAY!, now I don’t have to! Can you tell I’m excited? Oh, and they fit wonderfully! I can’t thank you enough. They were just what I needed today.
    I experienced a family tragedy, well, shoot. I hate to even type this out. But my son passed away on September 3 (16 days ago). It was very unexpected and shocking, and I am still pretty numb. Needless to say, I haven’t got a lot of knitting done. So receiving these gorgeous socks in the mail today was such a lift. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
    P.S. I have knit 12 whole rows on River. Maybe I’ll get around to posting on my blog sometime this week. Thanks, again!

  6. you are doing well…..only 1 sleeve to go! i restarted river earlier this week. for some reason it is taken me forever just to get through the simplest of rows! arghh

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