I was all prepared to write a post about failing.
After knitting on this cowl for more than 2 weeks something went horribly wrong. I skipped a row somewhere and the wrong side of the knitting was now the right side of the knitting (or something).
I ripped out a few rows and tried to fix my mistakes. 12 TIMES! Because not only do my “rip out knitting to fix mistake” skills suck that much, I am also in denial that they suck that much.
Then, I did what I should’ve done days earlier. I ripped it all out and started again.
I muttered and complained through the first part, but you know what? It knit up so much faster the second time and before I knew it, I had this:
And now there is no way that this post can be failing. Because something this pretty
cannot be failing – no matter how it came to be!
I can’t wait to see how this finishes into a cowl – I hope it share it with you next week.