It was near to the point where it was getting dark, so I did use the last of the light to pack up my sewing machine and partially finished Granville Shirt (Pattern by Sewaholic).
To be honest, it was probably a good time for a break as I reached a point in the instructions I was struggling to grasp. It's the point where I'm attaching the button band to the shirt front. I thought I had it all figured out, and it waaaasss looking good, until I hit the point where I'm attaching the collar and interfacing to the top. At this point the collar interfaces piece should be longer than my entire shirt is wide.
I even pulled out a store bought shirt to see how this part is done. It's still a mystery to me. And I think I'll just need to put this shirt on hold (I hate putting a half finished product on hold) and pick it up again this week.
Granted my picking it up is on the provision work isn't a basket case.
I guess now I'll return to my calm collected knitting world, binge on some more Good Wife (I've only just discovered this little number, thanks to a work colleague wanting to watch it all the time) and try not to think about that unfinished number sat on my sewing machine.
I may need to coax myself back by making another Coco.
Well. Off I go to knit some cowls (or infinity scarves, whatever you want to call them).
I'm not sure how much I'm enjoying this lace pattern...I'm sure it'll be beautiful though.