Balmoral Thistle is being blocked for entry in the San Mateo County Fair.
I was concerned near the end that I would run out of thread. Halcyon Yarn, who produced the 10/2 tencel, no longer carries this weight. They do have 8/2, a little heavier. I was so nervous about possibly needing to procure extra yarn, it was giving me agida, as my mom would have said. I believe this is Calabrese slang for heartburn (acido, or acid). So, as most knitters do when faced with running out of yarn, I knit faster.
On the last pattern row, I felt a bit of relief, but I still had to crochet off. I put in a lifeline, just in case, and began the process of crocheting off all those tiny stitches. I made it to the end with only this little bit of thread left. I don't think it's enough for even one more round.