Knitting away on my Starting Point shawl I find that this refrain "Second verse same as the first" keeps flitting through my mind.
The rational part of my brain knows that any shawl which calls for 5 x 100g skeins of 4ply yarn is going to involve A Lot Of Knitting. But then there is the cold hard reality that dawns when you complete the loveliness that is the end of Clue 1. You smooth it out, you admire and pat it, you weave in the ends... oh OK, You got me there. You know me too well.
Then you realise that you have to make another piece exactly the same before you can dive into Clue 2. Sigh!
Still, this time around I know what it should look like and it's fresh in my mind so I can just steam ahead.
In case you are wondering, I'm keeping the textured stitches to a minimum so I just have the ribbed section for yarn 2 and i'm replacing the eyelet rows with plain stocking stitch - it's just my personal preference.