Friday, 9 January 2015


I've been avoiding working on my navy sweater. Not because of the colour, in fact, I didn't know why until a couple of days ago. I'd been denying that there was a detail I had to correct. I was avoiding this:
It's a small detail and could be ignored. I really tried to do that. But these details bug the you know what out of me. The design on the Fronts and Back don't have the same number of stocking stitches between the design and the raglan lines. It was telling me that it needed to be corrected. So today is the day. I'm fixing it. My students wonder why I am so good at fixing mistakes. Here is evidence of my diligent and ongoing practice of fixing. Wish me luck or more correctly, wish me patience.


  1. EEEK! Bin there, Dun that. Good Luck.

  2. I'm about to do the same with a sleeve. Generally, I try to tackle these things first thing in the morning 'cause that's when my resolve and patience are at their peak. After dinner? Forget it!


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