Knitting Disaster

Well, okay, perhaps its not that bad but it feels like it to me.  I was making great progress with just two inches to go before I started my decrease.

I'm not sure how this happened, I'm fairly careful as I like to avoid this kind of thing.  I've set it aside for two days now - just not wanting to deal with it.  

But today is a new day.  I'm so far along that I hate to rip it all out and start over.  I believe if I am careful the stitches that have been pulled out can be fixed.

I'll let you know how it goes.  


  1. I wish we lived closer! I would pop over and help you fix it!

  2. I have NO idea about how to knit! Looks hard although I can crochet...
    I know what you'll be doing this weekend!lol

  3. oh dear.. like heather, i wish i could pop over and help!

  4. Oh no! That would be a total disaster for me! I wouldn't know what to do to save it.

  5. I hope you can salvage your knitted piece without too much agony.

  6. This is why I prefer to crochet. I seem to drop stitches and have a hard time finding them or picking them up. Crocheting seems more forgiving to me, but of course it's a different look. Hope you can patch it up and not have to start over. Have a good weekend!

  7. I hope that this project can be rescued! Frustrating...


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