I'm still pining for the Hope Socks, which have gone missing (along with my favorite knitting bag, and a just finished baby hat).
I've been a true slacker on the Woman to Woman afghan (no excuses either).
But I have been working steadily on the Dwarrowdelf Curtains.
Certain of my knitting buds, who see my slow progress from week to week at Knit Night, have called me nuts to embark on this project. They doubt my ability to stick to it until I have finished not only one, but two of these panels.
They, in fact, have voiced their suspicions that I'll wind up moving to a new house before I finish these curtains.
To them I say, "Challenge accepted".
Even if steady knitting does not necessarily mean that you'll see a vast difference between this picture and the last one, I shall knit on. These rows are pretty long, and even though this is pretty much the only knitting project my hands get to tough, I've yet to complete one vertical repeat of the pattern. Still, I see progress. And thus, I'm not ready to chuck in the towel.
With luck, my camera battery will have plenty of charge for the next picture. This week, we make do with the phone's picture (see, it is a good thing to have considered photo quality when choosing a phone).