That is how many stitches and rows I have left.
There are 985 stitches left to stitch on Baker Beach. Yes, I counted.
I have put in a few long sessions recently and made significant progress.
I've included a close-up of what is left as I just finished stitching a white that is hard to see in the larger view.
A little blue and a bunch of sand is all that is left. I am really motivated to spend more time with it now. Of course, my university course starts up again this week, so I will have less time. Yet, I am only teaching one course this semester and it is staying lighter later each day so maybe I can get some stitching in on my off late afternoons.
I also have less than half of the rows left to complete on my cowl.....37 to be exact.
I had to un-knit a row recently when I just couldn't fix a mistake, but I am back on track now.
Here is a close-up of the lacy pattern. I think you will be able to see it better once it is off the needles and blocked.
I have been spending some time sitting at my computer in my daughter's old room working at her desk. Lately, including now as I write, I have had this view of my neighbor's roof.
I believe this squirrel is building a nest under their solar panels.
I watch him travel along my fence, up a tree, onto the electric wires and then on the roof. He/she sits on the peak and eats or preens.
Sometimes he/she has some twigs or grass in its mouth. I really have to go over to my neighbor and tell them about their furry friend...er...foe?
I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. I will try to get closer to the finish with Baker Beach. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching.
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