The scarf project progresses. The solid bits consist of three, four, or five rows, depending on when I remembered I was supposed to do the other sort of bit. The number of stitches on the needle began as 30, but has inadvertently increased to as many as 36.
As Flanders and Swann said in one of their live concerts, when asking the audience if the sound system was working properly, “Okay for quantity? Not much we can do about the quality at this point.”
So, short of taking it all apart yet again, I’m going for quantity in this one and let quality bedamned.
When I finish with this scarf, I’m going back to doing the fluffy boa scarves. I want to get a crochet hook, though, and try crocheting one. I’m told they go much faster that way, and I’m intrigued by something that goes faster than those usually do.
Mom is due to come home in about 10 days, and I don’t know what I’m going to do for knitting time once she’s home and I’m not sitting with her while she does her therapy. I may have to sit up past 9:00 pm.
I’m posting at Fatal Foodies today about a great seitan stir fry we had. OH, so good!
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character goes for quantity over quality.