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Almost a double FO day Knitting

Between Wednesday and today I had almost TWO finished objects. And no, FO does not stand for “fight on”. Yes, it was almost a double FO blog day.

Benefits of almost a double FO day

I think I should be grateful that I can stretch out the finished objects. For my current projects there can be two blog entries instead of just one. But it was so close that I always thought I had to show you both.

But then I screwed up the embroidery on the Fight On Project Bag. I have no patience for embroidery. I should carefully choose everything that I’m dissatisfied with over time. But no. I continue to deal with magical, hopeful thinking. Nobody will notice. But then when everything was said and done, it looked like shit (worse than it turned out). So I went back and found a lot of bugs and tried to fix them as best I could.

I’m still not thrilled with the result. And I definitely still hate embroidery.

Fortunately, I invested a lot of work to have my current finished object.

And I’m thrilled to have done this project. It satisfies both my enjoyment of a new and interesting project and my sense of justice for a good cause.

I can only recommend it (even if you choose not to make the embroidery part on the back).

Current knitting

I present the finished Fight On Project Bag!

Fight On Drawstring Backpack project bag 30.07.20 01

Fight On Drawstring Backpack project bag 30.07.20 02

I went with a red string (to add to the bit of bad embroidery). It looks fantastic to have some yarn for an upcoming project.

Fight On Drawstring Backpack project bag 30.07.20 03

And even if you go on a hike (with my hiking socks), it is well suited as a backpack with a drawstring.

Fight On Drawstring Backpack project bag 30.07.20 03

I will let you wait until Monday for the other almost completed project. I wish you a good weekend and have good problems, my friends.

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