Friday, October 05, 2007

Chevron...and on...and on...and on...

I have loved making the LMKG chevron scarf. Even though I had a small nervous breakdown winding the Koigu into balls, it has been worth it. Look how beautiful it is...


But look how long it is...


I have discovered something psychological about myself whilst I have been knitting this. I can't let things go. I don't know when to stop.

Help me please. It's already 10" longer than the pattern says. I love it so much, and it's such easy watching tv knitting that I don't want our love affair to ever end.

Will someone please tell me it's over.

End of.

Cast off.

7 comments:

Telmah said...

Just think! If you end it now, you could get new yarn and knit a new one in a whole different colorway! It would be just as easy and satisfying, but new.

tiennie said...

I agree. Cast off now and you get to start another in a new colorway to fall in love with! It's time.

Queen of the froggers said...

Gorgeous! I say knit right to the end and then get more yarn for another one!!

Wendy said...

If you're not careful the wearer will be tripping over it soon! Cast on for a new one!

Virtuous said...

ROTFL!!!

Dang you gurl you STEAMED thru that scarf!!! Wow!

Now slowly bind off, weave in the ends, and model it for us with your beautiful self!!! :o) NOW!!! Haha!!

Green said...

NEVER! Keep going! I made a scarf that's 9 feet long! Beat that!
muahahaha (evil laugh)

lomester said...

I love long scarves. I say keep going :)