But see what happens when you are overly-excited?
The cap sleeve shaping is to be decreasing but somehow things got a little out of hand.
Once, right on track though, everything progresses smoothly.
Felicia here picking up and knitting the collar band. You never really got to see the sweater in its entirety so here's it.
All completed except the bottom ribbing.
(My size 6 foot for size comparison.)
This is a project that she started right before Chinese New Year so it's about 2 weeks shy of the average 3 months from start to finish on her first project.
Christine, on the other hand, is really working hard on the bag as the embellishments take much longer time -- you have to tack and sew them down one by one. Also, the beading work can be quite tedious.
Want to see its atsounding beauty and bling bling?
You really have to see it in person to admire its beauty! Christine mentioned that she was intending to gift this bag to a friend who is going away.
At this rate, I am anticipating that one more week is all that is needed for both projects to be completed!Sharing is sexy