There are times when time zones actually work in my favor. Mostly it involves Australia and release times for stitch-a-longs. Those 17 hours don’t mean that there is any possibility of completing a section of this SAL before the calendar flipped to 1 March here but somehow it just makes the pain of a large section a bit smaller….
Let me show you –
This is the Royal Garden’s SAL by FoxandRabbit. The sucker is about 330×330. In real terms it means huge. January was the extremely large plant/urn in the center + the straight line borders to the tune of over 10k worth of stitches. I managed the interesting portion and a few hundred stitches of the edge. February featured five motifs of which you can see the largest, two tiny ones, and a bit of the small one.
And now we come to March. It is fill in the border time. From the side of the plant, across the top, and down to the start of the lower corner. That bit filled in so far? It represents about 1900 stitches and I have about 270 rows to go…..