day eleven wrap-up

. . . in which, like a fool, I put a countdown timer on my blog.

Nothing like a little pressure.  If I calculated correctly, the flame goes out in Torino at 8pm, which is 11am local time form me. Ok, I can do that . . . knit faster, knit faster, knit faster.

Feb 20 - 1 repeat – 10 rows (128)(-32)
Feb 19 - 1 repeat – 10 rows knit 8 (118)(-32)
Feb 18 - 1 repeat – 10 rows knit 1, rip 6, knit 10 (110)(-30)
Feb 17 - 1 repeat – 10 rows (105)(-25)
Feb 16 - 1 repeat – 10 rows knit 1/2, rip 6.5, knit 5 (95)(-25)
Feb 15 – 1 repeat – 10 rows  knit 3 (96)(-14)
Feb 14 – 1 repeat – 10 rows – knit 11 (93) (-7)
Feb 13 - 1 repeat - 10 rows – knit 9, rip 7, knit 2 (82) (-8)
Feb 12 - 2 repeats - 20 rows – 15 rows (78)(-2)
Feb 11 - 2 repeats - 20 rows – 37 rows (63)(+3)
Feb 10 – Opening Ceremonies – 40 rows – 26 rows (-14)

I think I should clarify what the numbers above mean.  First is the date, number of repeats and equivalent rows I planned to knit.  If I did not knit the planned number of rows that is crossed out and the number of rows I did knit is listed.  The first number in () is the total number of rows knit overall and the second in () is where I am in relation to The Plan. 

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2 thoughts on “day eleven wrap-up

  1. I went by EST – I started when WE saw it and I’ll end it when WE see it go out. Fortunately, I only have a small step to finish…which I am putting off for some reason.

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