I almost lost him, the Little Victory Chart Guy. I found him late yesterday afternoon nestled deep inside a folder backed up on my eternal hard drive. I never did quite catch on to this back-up system. Not with ease. And yesterday was my day of reckoning, the device was full. The time had finally come for me to enter the dark hole where my files had been sent and see what was there. Deleting and consolidating both the old and new took much of my afternoon, and in the process, I found this guy.
The Little Victory Chart Guy is a knitting chart for the simplest "v". I drew him while writing the pattern for Victory Scarf and Wristers in A Knitter's Home Companion. You can insert his "V" into a washcloth, Warm-Up America square, healing shawl or sock top.
Congratulations to Kris at Light and Texture, Sometimes Sound. Her comment on knitting and empowerment was chosen as the winner in our International Women's Day contest. Kris, please contact me through the email form on this site -- Open Road Media has an e-copy of A Knitter's Home Companion for you!
A big knitterly thanks to all who of you shared your knitting experiences. If you haven't read their comments, scroll down and enjoy. And if you haven't already, join in the conversation. I love reading about your knitting lives, and I'll be checking for new comments. Take the time to visit Kris's website/tumblr-- Light and Texture, Sometimes Sound . It's a lovely place.