her honeycomb

The minute I saw this pattern I knew it was the right one for Miss Emma.  After finishing Joshua’s afghan, however, I thought maybe I should find a simpler one for the sake of time.  After browsing Ravelry, there just wasn’t one that caught my eye, and so I began the Honeycomb.  I made a little goal that would ensure it’s completion.  If I knit so many inches a day, I could finish it in time for Christmas.

honeycomb throw

Goals are great, but sometimes there’s a time when they just aren’t realistic.  And that’s exactly what happened.  I chose to be a happy mama, enjoying the holidays, rather than a driven, crazy woman trying to finish a blanket. 

laying on the throw

So you know what I did?  I wrapped that unfinished honeycomb and put it under the tree.  You know how hard that was to do?  Very hard!  And you know what Emma G did?  Right after opening it, she promptly brought it over to me, not uttering a single word.  She’s hilarious, that girl.

looking up

If only Christmas would have waited two weeks…


Linking up with Jennifer @ Studio JRU for Sneak Peek Friday.  It’s a great place to share your creativity with such an encouraging group of ladies.  Please check it out!

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