I have to say, I feel remarkably good about this project. It's been a lot of work, but the satisfaction at seeing it take place has been great. It has been every bit as difficult as I thought it would be in some ways and in others, it's been much easier than I hoped it would be. The two biggest challenges, beyond dealing with a dinosaur of a computer, have been doing the math to create the different sizes and figuring out how to turn a Word document into a PDF. I'm proud to say that neither challenge stumped me. Yay!
I am looking forward to getting the last comments from my testers and finishing up a final draft of the pattern. I can't wait to see it out there on Ravelry for people to dowload! The next question becomes, do I sell it or give it away for free?
In other knitting news, I have about 5 projects on the needles right now. That's a record for me. I have total Knitter's ADD this week. Seriously! I'm working on:
- A's tube socks
- M's mittens
- MIL's Christmas gift
- FIL1's Christmas gift
- step-father's Christmas gift
- my own sweater
- extended legs on capris
Here are a few pictures:
Yep. Doesn't look too exciting, does it? I think that's why I have knitter's ADD. None of my projects is really all that interesting. Most are actually the sort I usually stuff in my purse for days when I know I"m going to be riding the bus or waiting in line somewhere. Sigh. Maybe I need a little excitement!