2012 ravellenics day 2



Here’s tonight’s progress. I’m a little disappointed, but I only had about 2-3 hours of interrupted time, so I’ll take it.

I knit rows 5-14. I managed to memorize the basic pattern, so now I only need to pay attention to when I’m on a non-standard row. I also figured out it takes roughly 8 minutes to knit a standard row. There also seem to be roughly 8 rows per inch. If I’m supposed to work in pattern until it reaches 66″, then if my math is correct I need to work 528 rows. At 10 minutes per row (padding for cable rows and dropped stitch time) that means 5280 minutes, or 88 hours of knitting time.

514 rows remain, so that’s 5140 minutes or 85.75 hrs. Divide that by the 15 days remaining, and that means I need to knit 5.75 hours per day to finish on time.


Something tells me I’m not gonna make it!

Author: Jennifer Lori

Punny dork who makes stuff.

3 thoughts on “2012 ravellenics day 2

  1. Does the fact that I giggled madly at your daily knitting breakdown make me evil? 🙂 Um… you can do eeeet?


  2. I have faith in you! You can do it. That’s a lot of knitting though.


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