Rage Knit-Quit

Look at that. 

It’s deceptive, isn’t it? 

From a distance, it looks fine. 

But somehow, over the past SEVERAL MONTHS I’ve been working on this damned scarf, I’ve added stitches. So many stitches, in fact, that it barely fits on the needle anymore. 

What the hell!!!

I am sorely tempted to unravel the whole thing and start again, this time with markers to keep me on track. 

But all that work . . . 

Tonight, I tried reducing stitches and I think I only made it worse.

Which option is better? Muddle on, attempting to fix the errors and covering up the mistakes by adding buttons or felt flowers? Or taking it all apart and beginning again?


5 thoughts on “Rage Knit-Quit

  1. Megan says:

    Sadly frogging it is probably the way to go.

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  2. tarafoxhall says:

    Make the wider part the part that’s at the back of your neck and just reduce stitches! Don’t undo it’s too pretty and it WAS a lot of work šŸ™‚

    Sent from my iPhone


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