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Monday, February 06, 2012

Jaali

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I got some work done on Jaali this weekend and actually, a lot of it was done with Max in my lap.  There were still a couple of times I had to explain that needle cables weren't chew toys and that the yarn wasn't a cat toy, but overall, he really did well and just cuddled in and went to sleep.  As far as Jaali, I'm about 1/8 done if I go by row count.  Technically, since you start at the long end and work towards the neck, the rows get shorter and shorter, but figuring out where I am that way just gives me a headache, so I'm just counting rows as though they're all the same length.  I'm now to the point where I'll be working lace on both Right Side and Wrong Side rows - ooooh, scary!

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2 Comments:

Blogger Nicole said...

Lace on both sides is not my thing. Have fun!

6:48 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

I've tried the lace on both sides thing, and it's definitely a challenge, especially when (not if) I mess up. Hopefully you will have better luck than I -- finding and fixing mistakes is difficult enough that it's best not to make them in the first place, obviously. :)

7:41 PM  

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