Tuesday, September 26, 2006

 

Pour me a Drink

Well, make it 6 of 'em because that's number of months it took me to finish! Go ahead and make them strong. I'm just so happy that it's finally done. I'll save all the nasty details for the blog.


It didn't seem like it took that long, but the last couple miters really had to be forced off the needles. I'm taken a nice long break, but I need to start another one. Baby size though, I've learned my lesson. No more queen size afghans for a very very long time!

Comments:
Mazel tov! Bask in the glory!
 
Oh, it's just beautiful. Looks to me like every stitch was worth it!
Great job!!
 
Absolutely gorgeous! You're going to have a very cozy winter indeed!

And, I've heard knitting {large} afghans is a bit like childbirth - you'll soon forget the pain and another one will be on the way! ;}
 
wow, looks fantastic!
 
Gorgeous!!! Awesome job - sending one great big strong drink your way :-)
 
Wow! Great job! Kind of makes me want to start one of my own.
 
QUEEN SIZED??!! Are you nuts? Or just amazing? I am so impressed I can't even believe it. Queen sized! Wow. And you did it in less than one lifetime. Amazing. And it's beautiful. Congratulations. Really. It's quite an accomplishment. Make those six drinks of the finest champagne. You deserve it!! --Sally
 
You should feel proud! I once spent 13 years on an afghan.
 
Oh, that's gorgeous!! I know how you feel about the big afghans, but when they're finished---wow what an accomplishment. Now do something smallish, just for fun!!Wonderful, beautiful job!!
 
Awesome!
 
Amazing! I'm only 7 squares in on mine and I'm already feeling faint. Congrats to you!
 
Wow, that's impressive! Even if it took you 6 months, you'll appreciate the blanket for much longer!
 
Bravisimo! You win the stick to it award! Very nice, indeed.
 
All I can say is WOW! It looks so professional:)
Lovely work!
Joan
 
Gorgeous! What a wonderful accomplishment!
 
That is VERY impressive. Congratulations!
 
Beautiful! Every time you see it, you should stop for a moment and pat yourself on the back. :)
 
Wow! good for you. I'll go visit your blog now, too :) I hope someday to finish my mitered afghan.
 
Absolutely, fabsolutely gorgeous!
 
Wow! That is amazing!! I love the colors. I hope it is for yourself!
 
Can't believe that I haven't told you that I admire your craftmanship with the squares. Just supreme. Love your color choices too. A museum piece!
 
this is spectacular. If I never knit something this awesome I may have to retire in order to end my knitting career on a high note!!!
 
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