I think it was official on Wednesday, but I still had a reminder on my calendar yesterday for 100 (+/-) days of stitching!
Back in April, I'd committed to at least :15 of sewing each day on my Alabama Chanin Car Jacket! I think I stitched on about 95 days, and a few of those days were spent on the A-line re-do, and there were just a few when I didn't stitch at all -- two or three at most. Most of it was documented on Instagram: #100daysknitorious2019
There were quite a few days when I worked significantly longer than :15, but even conservatively, I've stitched for a total of 25+ hours since April, mostly on my jacket!
All in all, I consider it a wild success!
Same general area on each sleeve and the design choices that make them the same but different!
Ditto! This is the June's Spring stencil.
I have two sleeves completely done and the start of a body part (with three more in the wings, plus a collar, two pockets, pocket flaps -- just keeping things in perspective). There is WAY more done now than I had 100 or 101 or 102 days ago!
I am looking forward to continuing the process with almost as much diligence. Part of the problem is that it's sort of monopolizing the main portion of my work area and there are other things that I need/want to get done. The trick is to put it away, but not so far away that I forget about it or it's too much of a chore to regroup.
A good workroom clean-out would probably help overall! Well, except for a shopping trip, I have a fairly clear weekend ahead...
Have a great weekend, everyone!!