A Sweater is a Sweater No Matter How Messy
Knitting this sweater was a hot mess. It was messy, it was ugly. It involved a lot of cursing and re knitting and reworking and shoving the project into a drawer for a couple days. And in all honesty, if I wasn't in the middle of this year long wardrobe challenge with an already extremely limited wardrobe, I probably would have abandoned this sweater altogether.
And yet, a sweater in the end I had.
It was messy. It was complicated. It was not fun. It was not funny. It was something I can laugh about now, but the process sucked.
But after it was all said and done, but the sweater was fine. In fact, it was fantastic. I still have it in my closet, and I still wear it every winter.
When do we give up on a messy process? And when do we keep going because that's the only thing to do? And if we get to the end and have a wearable completed wonderful sweater, how much does the messy process of getting their impact the final result?
Because no matter how messy the making process is, if you have a full sweater at the end, you have a full sweater at the end. Regardless of how much cursing it took you to get there.
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