Well, that was an interesting scientific experiment. Clearly, I cannot knit as much as I think I can in a ten hour period! After ten hours of solid knitting, I have finished the back of the vest. That’s just over 300m/328yd of yarn.
It is 50% less than I thought I might be able to do. Clearly, sock knitting has addled my brain. Although it is entirely possible to finish a pair of plain vanilla socks in ten hours, it appears that garments are not as quick to knit as socks!
In another way of looking at it, I now have a half-finished project, and now I only have the front to do, and I have a nice new vest to wear to work! My fingers feel really good after that work-out. I haven’t done that much concentrated knitting in a very long time!
Thanks for following along with me.