KCBW Day 5: My Thursday night in pictures

That doesn’t look like a bad effort, for a first ever knitted thing

Hmm, bit lumpy up close

I’m pretty sure I don’t want it to be that shape!

Wtf is that?

More importantly, wtf is THAT? Ok I’m frogging it.

This is probably going to make me very sad indeed.

Nope! Turns out it’s awesome fun!

Icepop break!

Woop I made a tangle. *happyface*

Bedtime. I’ll just leave this on the floor.

It’s a wonder I haven’t been kicked out of this house yet . . .

Never fear, the sweater shall rise from the ashes and become phentermine more powerful than you could possibly imagine. Watch this space.

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8 Responses

  1. Hannah says:

    I find that once you’ve decided to rip out and got used to the idea it’s always quite fun. It feels like it should somehow take longer to do though, after all the hours you put into knitting it. Great post!

    • Awww I know that feeling when you start seeing all the flaws, that honestly nobody else would notice, but it drives you nuts ! Unfrogging is so much fun (I wish we had a word in french as funny as “frogging”, we just use the equivalent of “undo” or “unknit”…not funny). I’m sure you felt like a kid again, with nobody to ground you !!

      • Michelle says:

        Oh believe me, people would have noticed those flaws! it barely fit at all, but in my defense I’d been knitting for about 3 days when I started it. It will be redone, and it will be awesome.

  2. Karen says:

    You’re very brave ripping and planning to reknit:)

  3. Vera says:

    You are brave, but it’s better to frog something rather than press on and make something you aren’t proud of.

  4. Rich says:

    Been there. Except for the leaving it on the floor overnight part. I’d be terrified to see what the cats would do with that much temptation.

  5. Carolina22 says:

    I just did the same thing on a project that wasn’t working! It was hard but better to stop now than never wear the thing later. Good luck on your next attempt!

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