I’m stealing Tracie’s name. One of her recent crochet projects was called the Dress that Never Ends
. My AWHF Shawl
will henceforth be known as the Shawl that Never Ends. It’s a good name.
I am only 75% done. Wait. Let me rephrase. Hark, I have knitted 75% of the shawl. Gosh, that sounds better, doesn’t it?
Every 4th row now requires 16 sead beads to be woven in. Thus, every 10 stitches, I have to stop and move one bead towards the top of the string and slip two stitches. I am grateful every time I finish a beaded row and can then knit 3 rows plain. As a bit of good news, it appears that I have enough beads strung onto the cone to last me till the end of this shawl.
Enough of me yammering, let’s have that pic, shall we?
And without the light
Gosh, you can’t see all the beads in either one of them. There is sweat and tears on each one!
I’ll have to find another way to take a pic of it before I publish the pattern on it.