Small Hat Continued
Here is the small hat now:
The midnight oil doesn’t burn very brightly. As I was knitting along, I suddenly realized I had skipped a row on the chart. Three rows previously! Aaaaaarrggghhhh. I resolutely pulled out the needles, the three rows, picked up the itsy-bitsy stitches and re-knit back to where I had been. Then I went to bed.
This kind of knitting can be addictive. I just want to finish that ribbing so I can see how that pattern is going to come out. I just want to get to where I join the yellow so I can see how that will be. I just want to see how that heart motif is going to look. The pattern becomes a sort of mantra, two one three one two, three, two one three one two, three.
Oh, dear something isn’t coming out right, these be should lined up and they’re not, half a row to take out (I unknitted this rather than pull the needle), I had done a two one two one two. I was writing this blog in my head at the same time.
I made myself stop here as I have other things to do. It’s not raining at the moment!!! Look at this messy garden. I think my friend could use some of that pachysandra that is trying to take over the hellebore’s space.