- All the swatches are complete and have been blocked.
- I've got the 2" notebook.
- Each swatch has an accompanying page with specified information included.
- Each swatch has a tag labeling it as mine and identifying the technique worked in the swatch.
- Swatch and info sheet go together into a plastic page protector.
|I created business cards with my demographic data on the front side,|
including the URL for my blog.
The back side of the cards identifies the technique
worked in the swatch. Swatches are numbered according to
After blocking, the swatches look so much nicer. Here's just one of them, inserted into plastic page protector along with info sheet.
|This is Swatch 1, with tag in upper left corner of knitting.|
Swatch, tag, and info sheet into page protector.
Then into Thuh Notebook.
|Info sheets for each swatch, plus one for the hat.|
When I started this journey I heard about a woman who did the entire thing in three weeks! Whew! I think I would not have enjoyed such a speedy trip. I'm also fairly certain that my final product would have suffered in the quality area, either in knitting or in Thuh Notebook.
Remember those mistakes in reading the instructions -- the every other right side row instead of every right side row? Careful re-reading and study got me back on track. I'm applying that same principle -- careful reading and re-reading -- to create Thuh Notebook as a stellar example of exceptional work.
Meanwhile, the Strolling Mitts are done. Just need a bit of steam to even things out and give them that finished look.
|I think they look like saguaro cacti. Just need to|
see Spike from Peanuts sitting in the shade.
Thuh Notebook will be in the mail by the end of next week. Then we wait . . .