Larger is Quicker. (Not Too Surprising.)

The new larger garland has been going on quite nicely and quickly.  I had been thinking that I would get just to the end and turn around to get started on the way back by the end of the week, but looks like I might have the whole thing finished by the end of the week instead.  I’ve already made it to the end and half way back.  I’m thinking that I might run out of thread, but luckily I already have some more of this (size 3) on hand so I won’t need to make another trip to Joanns.  I’m a little surprised since I bought this ball new for this project and I didn’t expect to use the whole thing, but I guess it IS 6 yards of lace.  🙂

So really, not too much more exciting to report there.  I’m getting started on another new project from the Priscilla books, but it’s sort of a large slightly complicated one so I’ve been taking a fair bit of time to sort out how exactly I want to tackle it.  In the meantime I’ll finished off this garland in the next day or two and will probably do a bit more on the other one (with the smaller beads) as well.  I continue to really like the way this one is coming together.  It will be fun to have it on the Christmas tree.


  1. Diane Said,

    November 18, 2011 @ 3:31 am

    As I watch your garland grow, I get more tempted every day to start one of my own! It’s beautiful!

  2. Frances Said,

    November 19, 2011 @ 2:03 pm

    that is looking great. now as I get my christmas stuff out those four bead grarlands that I have had for years will look so plain. maybe next year

  3. admin Said,

    November 19, 2011 @ 6:12 pm

    Thanks Diane and Frances! I definitely recommend giving it a try, though, Frances, if you’re going to try to cover all 4, I’d say that maybe you should make Christmas 2012 your goal.

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