This is not a definitive arrangement, by any means. I just wanted to lay it all out and get a good overview. In addition to the red being used only for the squares and also the bright yellow/orange only in the squares (twice each as the first, second and third borders around the center red square), the "rules" (my rules) are that the direction of the knitting must be observed and taken into account in the assembly.
I've woven in approximately 3 of the eleventy billion ends, but progress is progress. I've been carrying a section and some Chibis in my bag wherever I go. I am still so in love! My head has been swayed lately by some wonderful new designs and even my PayPal account tapped a few times, but I remain both engaged in and committed to this project! I can't wait 'til it's finished, but I'm also savoring the process.
The weekend was great! I shopped the farmers' market in the rain on Saturday, made some fun stuff -- including Patty Cake, which was dense and moist and oh so good. I sauteed the leftover squash for supper, and ate nearly a quart of fresh blueberries. Don't stop 'til you get enough (or they're all gone.)
I took a 10-mile meandering bike ride in iffy weather (or I'd have gone further); the triathlon relay is two weeks from yesterday and, considering last year's finish times for that leg, I'd like to improve my time just a tad -- I really don't want to finish last!
On Sunday morning I assisted a fellow photographer with a shoot he had scheduled and that was a lot of fun! Also tiring, so I took a nap when I got home. I made a nice dinner, then went to a movie! It was that kind of weekend -- I'm glad that I had the brakes on for the most part and slowed down a little. It felt good to be productive, but not racing around. And I really enjoyed my nap!