How Can I Tell
Finally, I've done with this scarf.
This was my second attempt to make this scarf. The first time, I quitted. I just failed to count rows and loops over and over again.
But this time, counting didn't bother me at all. What was the problem last time? I can't figure it out.
I also crocheted ponpons. I'm not a fringe-or-ponpon person. I usually don't add them to scarves, shawls, whaterver. This time, I just felt like it. It seemed like taking me forever to make them. And here they are.
The pattern tells me to sew them on, but I didn't. Instead, I tied them on. So, I can take them off easily.
It is really time-consuming for me to write in English. But, in a way, I can express my feeling a little bit better than writing in Japanese. My poor English vocabulary makes me so. My writing style is somewhat indirect. I tend to write briefly, maybe because I've learned that from classical Chinese literature a bit. Sentences are brief, but what's inside them is not so simple nor direct. That's what I like; thus that's my writing style. In Japanese, of course, but in English.
So, I just can say, "I'm so happy to make this scarf."
Simple, but true.