But I’m glad I did it
Friday August 11th 2017, 10:47 pm
Filed under: Knitting a Gift

Splitty yarn, a stitch that tightens everything up on the too-small-for-my-hands needles, knit in a Venn diagram with one pair of circulars with too sharp a point for that splittiness and the other too ridiculously long for such a small project… Yesterday I simply avoided the whole thing altogether.

Today I vowed I was not going to bed with it still unfinished. It will look much prettier after a little water hits it, and I need to go ice my hands, but, I did it.

It took so little yardage, really, and the cashmere¬†fabric is to swoon over. I’m just afraid it maybe came out too small (baby¬†sizes chart here) for its intended recipient.

But I never have to knit on this one again.

Okay, I just doused it. As always, the stitches immediately relaxed, and you know what? I think it will be perfect for exactly whom it was meant for after all. (Even if that means surprising me later.) And it’s actually hat-shaped, too, so there.

One grousing. Gone poof.


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It is lovely and looks so very soft! Love the color too – soft and lovely just like the hat. ~chris

Comment by chris 08.12.17 @ 5:30 am

I was just telling myself recently, having it DONE is more important than waiting until I can make it perfect. I like that pattern!

Comment by ccr in MA 08.13.17 @ 3:45 pm



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