What is ‘Finished’?

I’ve been working on my Necessary Cowl knock-off diligently for two months now!  It’s seen Pitch Perfect 2 and Jurassic Park.  It’s ridden the bus during the day.

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It’s ridden the bus at night.

IMG_3495It waited for the California Zephyr to arrive.

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And finally, last night I bound off (with a crochet hook, no less…first time for everything!) Whoo-hoo!  I was finished!  Until this morning, when I wove in the ends!  Whoo-hoo!  I was really finished!  Then, I took some pictures.

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Obligatory selfie included!

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This cowl rocks!

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Now I was really done!  Ready to hit the finished status on Ravelry.  I’m finished!  Yay!  Except for blocking.  *Sigh* So many i’s to dot and t’s to cross.

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Maybe tomorrow I’ll really be finished!

3 thoughts on “What is ‘Finished’?

  1. I consider my projects to be finished once they are off the needles. Now… if you need to seam them together, I understand, but if you are only a few weaved tails and a blocking away from wearing it? It’s finished.

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    1. LOL! I’ve done that too :) Sometimes you just can’t help it! My current favorite scarf actually has a dropped stitch that I caught with a locking marker in it. Scarf has been finished for six months, at this point, the marker is a part of it. Shockingly few people (and I hang out with a lot of knitters!) have even noticed it!

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