This was supposed to be an easy peasy blog post. Show off the knitting and be done. But if you look closely you will see what caught my attention. One of those cables is not like the other. Argh......
In the middle of taking the photos I had to unravel a big section and re-knit it-after I fixed myself a gin and tonic. I needed some courage. 236 sitches times four rows would be a lot of tinking if I couldn't pull this off.
All's well. The fix fixed it. Whew. Tinking back 236 stitches times four rows would have been awful.
Now back to the original post. Here is the project that I started when I said only a few days ago that I was only going to knit one thing for a while-that sweater. BUT when I went to change over the house to fall I noticed a shortage of fall colored dishcloths. Problem solved-as long as I can keep my wits about me. It seems to be getting harder and harder these days.
Yay for your fix! Close call for sure. Love the colors in your Fall dishcloth.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you were able to fix the cable stitches like that-much easier than a full rip out if it works!!!! The dish cloth is very pretty.ReplyDelete
Glad that you caught the cable debacle before there were even more rows knitted! Love the dishcloth!!ReplyDelete
Way to go for being able to fix that cable. I don’t think I would be that talented. I like the colors in your new dish dish cloth. Dish cloths don’t count as extra knitting because they’re so small. Ha ha! Blessings, BetsyReplyDelete
I think it is a beautiful sweater! So glad you were able to do a fix and did not put it in time out.ReplyDelete
Ugh! I just had to do that last night! Thankfully I managed it, and you can't even notice!ReplyDelete
Love the dishcloth colours!
Pretty pretty dishcloths!!! love them. Sorry about your cables my friend I've been thereReplyDelete
Great job on the cable reknit! Sometimes knitters have to be grave.ReplyDelete
Nice work on the fix! I just finished a shawl on which I did lots of ripping, so can totally relate. What's the yarn and color on that pretty washcloth? It's so pretty!ReplyDelete