I am using a larger needle than that for the afghan squares. It turns out the cable knots are farther apart than what you can see here. I think I still have 2/3 to go. While working on this, I suddenly realized that I had better block the afghan so that I could have a more stable measurement for the edging. I think it is so lovely that I took the risk of boring you again with a picture of it:
I said I was "at peace" because I didn't even have the itchy feeling of wanting to start any new project. Usually, the period during which I work on the finishing on a project is the most dangerous time for me to seek new thrill. But this time, I amazed myself by being able to keep focus. That being said, it doesn't mean I haven't been thinking of new projects. I am planning on the next afghan project:
So, by now you can tell that I have an obsession for sampler afghans, right? One by one, I am going to make all of them!
I also found a good pattern for the next Husband sweater:
Update: Lolly asked me where the pattern of the polo sweater came from. Sorry for my forgetting to include this info. I got it from a magazine called get creative (November 2005) ... it is "the knitting issue". There are patterns for zip jacket, scarves, hats and ponchos ... but I bought it just for the sweater even though I know it's quite a generic pattern. ;)