New astronomical discovery: the Project #3 blackhole

I should contact NASA. Maybe I’ll get to name it and everything.

No matter how many rows I knit the body of the sweater STILL measures under 12″. Even when I got Mum to measure it (it could have been lying to me, anything’s possible), the number didn’t change. Thus, I have my own black hole. And it’s hiding all those rows I’ve been knitting.

I suppose I should be grateful that the black hole hasn’t claimed Project #3’s sleeve yet – it’s progressing quite quickly and doesn’t lie to the tape measure.

In other news, I have an FO picture, just because I’m sick of all-text posts:

sideways mitts

Sideways garter-stitch mitts with thumbs and all. I decided to not go with any buttons or other embellishments, just because.

And that’s about everything knitting-related. I’ve taken up cleaning in the moments when I feel inclined to chuck Project #3 into the trash. At least I have tons of clean laundry to prove I’ve been productive today.

I’m gonna go and slave away on the body some more. Maybe I’ll get it past 12″ tonight.

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3 thoughts on “New astronomical discovery: the Project #3 blackhole

  1. Joyce

    The sideways mitts are beautiful… Is it your own pattern?
    As for black holes, I often find that to be the case with lace. Especially anything knit with a fine yarn. I could knit for hours and the shawl never got any bigger. It is one of the great Mysteries of the Universe.

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  2. Laural

    Great finish! That yarn looks oddly similar to the yarn you were using for Calorimetry.

    BTW on November 10th Samurai Knitter wrote a great review on the VK issue. And by great I mean accurate, because the issue sucks.

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