Without this blanket dashboard for my granny stripe blanket, there is no way I’d have made this much progress. It is totally the visual support I needed to keep me at it. My rate of progress has dropped a bit, but I’m still looking good to meet my September target I think.
The rate of rows I need to complete every day has gone up to 1.3 now, but seeing I’ve only got 57 rows left to go is a real spur to me now. That seems like a number I can get my head around, plus I’m now fairly confident I have enough wool left, at least for the rows.
This dashboard concerns only the main, ‘horizontal’ rows of this blanket as I explained in my original post about the Granny Stripe Blanket Dashboard. After that I have the border to do, which I don’t think I’ll need extra motivation for, or else I will create a new, separate dashboard for that.
And there’s the weaving in of the ends, of course. Gulp.
This looks like way more that two ends per row, although I know it isn’t really, it’s much less. Many will be taken care of by the border too.
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