Making a piece of filet crochet is so intoxicating that I can lose all track of time. Trying to see what the next line is going to make it look like. I know that sounds stupid because I can see the x's on the graph that show me what it looks like. There's just something about seeing it come to life.
I finally finished the second repeat of the pattern but it's still leaving me about 4-6 inches short. So I've had to identify a section of the repeat that will fit into the bottom edge repeat that will fit in the distance I need to go to finish things off. I think I've found it and it means adding about 30 rows onto each side.
Yarn Harlot's blog this week where she's been talking about completely buying into the thought that should could knit a couple of sweaters on the way to a conference in an area that was going to be cool because she'd left all her woolens at the house. Just in that little window of madness a knitter (or crocheter) really thinks that the laws of physics are optional and fingers and needles can reach mach speed and do what no one else on the planet can do. I get it, I really do.
Deep in my heart I knew I wasn't really that close to being done with my curtain because after I've finished the length I need, I still need to crochet the border onto it. After that I still need to add the top section that will fit onto the curtain rod. You see, I'm not really that close after all.
But deeper in my heart, I'm thinking, "I really think I can do it." Challenge on.