Pride In Accomplishment
Often, it seems that the amount of my pride in accomplishment is based on the level of aggravation caused in completing the accomplishment.
Why Isn’t Pride in Accomplishment Based on Joyous Activity?
Don’t get me wrong. I really love when I finish and easy scarf. But I can honestly say I don’t take anywhere near as much pride in the joyous projects as I do the aggravating ones.
My latest completed object (except for a few random ends to weave in) was not what I’d call a fun project. It took a lot of time. Also, it required a LOT of attention. I haven’t ripped back as much on this project as I have for any in recent history.
So, with all that aggravation, you can well imagine how swelled I am with pride! So proud, in fact, I display it in a short video.
Obviously, I was able to finish the glorious Fox Paws Scarf.
It’s done in five different colorways of fingering weight yarn. So, it took forever.
It ended up being about 62″ long and about 14″ wide. So it’s a very generously sized scarf and the drape is fantastic. Check it out at the end of the video if you don’t believe me!
What’s next? I’ll be working on another Chevron Striped Scarf. The new project will be worsted weight and go MUCH faster.