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).
I present the finished Fight On Project Bag!
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.
And even if you go on a hike (with my hiking socks), it is well suited as a backpack with a drawstring.
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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