10 hours ago
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Zingy Zig-Zags Earns Respect
The project is ready to work at a moments notice. While it seems very organized and convenient. It doesn't travel well. So, I do most of the work at home. I have taken it into my car while watching and waiting at Cross Country practices. It is too cumbersome to really say drag into a coffee shop or my guild meetings.
I began the project last fall. My then 15 year old daughter asked in the beginning stages what I was making. I told her an afghan. Her eyebrows shot up and she said, "Wow you've got a long ways to go." Once I had gotten to the 2 inches wide stage. Dear Daughter said, "Wow mom your belt is looking great." I began to explain to her it was an afghan not a belt when I noticed the smirk on her face and knew she was teasing me. HEY! I said.