With limited time before tomorrow’s craft show, I opted to see if I could finish fixing the shawl. Thus Anica was unravelled.
Getting Anica Unravelled and Fixed Wasn’t Too Hard
I was concerned it would be difficult to find the woven-in end after finishing this lovely shawl.
It wasn’t…superwash made it a lot easier.
I was a bit worried that the washing of the shawl might have made it difficult to frog.
Again, it wasn’t. And again, superwash yarn made it a lot easier.
There was a lot less anxiety about picking up stitches. And that lessened anxiety was warranted. Picking up stitches was quite simple.
Finally, I wasn’t sure if I could do the longest 1/3rd of the shawl again by today.
Turns out I could
I will have to wet-block it so that the last section is equally as even as the first section. But I should have time to do that before the show tomorrow morning.
Fixing the last Anica Shawl did require that I put down the latest Anica Shawl project that I was working on. But I was still able to make a lot of progress on that one too.
In all likelihood, I won’t be able to finish this one in time for the craft show. But I think this one would be less likely to sell anyway. Although, I’m not a great judge of that lately.