So maybe in the fall, if I think of it, I'll give you an "action" shot.
But I did want to share the information below with you. Of course, once I finished the knitting, I pinned it for blocking on the bed in the guest room. I closed the door, so that it would be left alone. One day, when The Tim went in to find something in the closet, he turned around to leave the room and found that one member of the family felt that the whole process needed something else.
And so without further ado, I give you Jetsam's Tips for Blocking Your Knitting Projects:
Step 2: Find a good position where you are basically covering the entire project while resting on it. Take the time to really get comfortable.
Step 3: Settle in, and relax. This way, you get some much-needed rest, the maximum amount of cat hair is deposited on/in the knitting, and it's just a matter of time until the entire blocking process is complete.
When you break it down, the whole thing is really quite simple, you know? I was lucky, I didn't have to try and find an outside expert to help me with blocking. No, I saved lots of $$, being fortunate enough to have in-house assistance.
It seemed only fair to share this information with you - I mean, why should I be the only one who benefits??
You can thank me later.