I have spent the last week getting to work on my Goodale. I am loving the colour of the yarn and of course Pashmina is a dream to knit (and re-knit as you will see below).
Unfortunately, I don't have a whole lot to show for my efforts. I realized a couple days ago that I had 2 too many stitches. I found where I had done the extra increases and went back the 3 rows to fix it (very annoying when you have 300 stitches in a row but not tragic). I thought I got that fixed and went on about my merry way. Then I realized that I had mixed up the stitches in my one side of my icord edging in my "fix-it" process. So back I went again. Then the other edging didn't look right. So... back I went again. Each time I went back a little farther to back sure I was starting from a point I knew was right. I think perhaps I finally have it all right now.
This is how much yarn I have left to re-knit just to get back to where I was 2 days ago. Sigh.
The way this is going, if it turns out to still be wrong, I figure eventually I'll end up tinking back to the start (or alternately just setting fire to the whole damn thing ; ).
On a brighter note, I had a lovely Craft-away Weekend to the mountains. We had a great place, with a gorgeous view.
|The Three Sisters, Canmore, Alberta|
Knitting with great friends, in a beautiful place. Does it get any better?
|Yes it does. Just add champagne : )|