40 and Counting

Progress thus far, with near diligent monogamous knitting (I must admit, this is not the best piece to knit and travel with since there are charts, and as such I allow myself a travelling sock as fiber companion).


This is the shawl folded in half, since it is almost symmetrical.  I can see the distance I have yet to go.  You see that middle section of stockinette?  Yeah, that has 40 stitches in it.  I have to decrease every fourth row until it has 17, then every other row until there are only 3.  That middle section is how I am gauging my progress – how many stitches have I decreased in this knitting session?


I must admit, it really is starting to wear on me.  What are your methods for getting those fiddly, tedious projects knocked out?


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