So gorgeous... photos and knitting like your are what keep me going (first typed knitting... simply no time for that at the moment!) ... perhaps hanging on better expresses it! I can't wait to see it finished...
I am curious; what method of sewing your steeks did you use that you got ridges like that on the sides of where you were cutting? I've never seen a technique like that before. I usually crochet on either side of where I'm going to cut.
OH NO, not the scissors! You have got to have more than nerves of steel. No shakey hands? I would absolutely throw up if something went wrong with the steeks. But we in knitter/blogger land are all waiting to see the end result! ;)
YES! Finally STEEKS and no more purls! I have been DREAMING of whipping out some of my beautiful yarn and knitting up tubes that become cardigans, vests, pullovers with STEEKS. Oh, teach us to STEEK! Please!