Jeweled lines is growing! About 57 inches long here. It looks really narrow because it's doubled over in my effort to keep it on the needles. However, after taking the picture 2 days ago, I realized the wee bit (3 rows) of gray you see closest to you at the bottom........is the wrong color! Argh. Was watching tv with hubby and quickly looked at the other end to determine what color came next , it should have been blue....the turquoise I've been so worried about having enough of. Dang it. So, will need to unravel and add the turquoise. I've never used a life line on an afghan, sure wish I had. Have 220 life stitches off the needle to unravel, then trying to get them all back on without losing any or twisting them. So, hunted for how to do one after the fact. Saw several video's showing how to do it with purl, but not with garter. Found one really short video with no audio that merely pointed with needles to the spaces between the ridges. I have another 60 inch same needle and cord so used that instead of a darning needle and picked up the right leg of the V by pulling the rows apart. Took FOREVER! But, it did work. I only lost one stitch which I was able to fix. Will take another picture when the turquoise troubled section is done so we'll know about the yarn, being sufficient or not. No way this will be matched. I've already tried, have had it too long.
Isn't this beautiful? Spotted this on Facebook the other day, my friend again who posts such nice art. The photo is by Andrea Reinman. Just thought it worth a share.
If you can get past Jennifer Ehle's mother's voice...which isn't easy I highly recommend this classic. Quite good, but oh her voice. Some gorgeous scenery. This was one of those classic I never read when it was on the school reading list. I was good at reading the first, middle and last chapter of mandatory books. lol
This is..........waiting. Waiting to be something. This wasn't a planned project. But I had a bag with these needles and bits of yarn which I grabbed at the end of last week when I needed to take my husband to the ER. After about 6 hours in the ER he was admitted. Needless to say, I was glad I had something with me for all that sitting time in the ER and hospital the subsequent day while he had testing. It will be an abstract pieces parts afghan. What should I call it? Hospital Ghan, Waiting Yarn, Cardiac Collage.........hubby was there for a cardiac event. He's currently doing well, just needs follow up appointment and perhaps better med management. I'm feeling the Cardiac Collage I think? What say you?