We had our girls' trip to Jasper last week, with lots of food and relaxation and swimming to be had. We saw some wildlife and gazed at the mountains and generally recharged our batteries. I took the remainder of my Hue Shift Afghan with me, intending to finish the final quadrant of it, the blues and greens and yellow - very tranquil. Alas, on the drive home, with only a few squares to go, I ran out of the dark blue yarn and ended up setting the rest aside until I got home. I dug out the violet which I'm using for the border and did the last few stripes of that square with it, since it's a fairly close match to the blue. If I hadn't told you, you might not have even noticed.
So, having finished the four quadrants, I'm sitting down now to seam them together, and then I can pick up the border for some easy garter stitch finishing. Of course I've also started a new project (and soon enough I'll make that two) with deadlines, so I'm feeling no rush on finishing this one. I'll just keep plugging away at it when I need something mindless, and eventually it'll be done.
A wolf in the hand
9 hours ago