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February 04, 2009



Mistakes add character and individuality. Does that help?

Can you just drop that stitch all the way down to the mistake and correct it that way? It might be worth a try.

Pattern looks lovely! You do such good work Bron!

Funny about finding the cameras in his jacket pockets! Hubbies are good at losing things. You are not alone.

Have a great day everyone!




Too funny about the camera - I can relate, but it's usually me doing the misplacing!

It took me a while to notice the boo boo. Since it's on the edge, like Margaret, I'd try dropping down to fix it before ripping. It's a pretty pattern.


I didnt notice the mistake at first, either. I was like, "what mistake is she talking about?", and then I saw it. If it were me, I would pretend I didnt care and go ahead and knit about 20 MORE rows and then decide that I really couldnt live with it and THEN rip it all the way back. Apperently, I dont like something unless Ive done it the hard way *bitter laugh*. But really, if the stitch could be dropped that would be an awesome fix! Good luck :)


I would fix it. I was wondering what Margaret mentioned...can you just drop several stitches down and reknit the mistake and then work back up? It seems like a good place to make a mistake is on a yarn over, because there is a bit more yarn to work with and if you have extra it can be absorbed by the YO.

Give Dylan your old camera...that way when he loses it, you still have your knew one. :)

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