After months of non-knitting, and having nothing to do but chat at my twice-weekly knitting group sessions, I finally figured that it probably wouldn’t do my elbow much harm if I knit for 5 minutes every half hour or so.
Crawling along at snail-speed, at an average of 2 rows per hour, I finally finished up the Mohair Bias Loop. I only had a few inches left to do, so it wasn’t too bad.
Project notes are here.
With that out of the way, I tried knitting a row on Monica’s Shawl, but the rows are way too long (hundreds of stitches) and have nupps, so that wasn’t a great idea. I guess I’ll have to try picking up Sunset Strip again. Shorter rows, lots of stockinette. As the rows get shorter, maybe I could even do 4 rows per hour. Let’s see… 4 rows per hour, at 4 hours per week = 16 rows per week. That means it should take me, oh, years. But hopefully, it won’t come to that.