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Monday, September 12, 2005

Pooch is Screwed

Okay I couldn't resist taking a picture or two of my grand folly.

How badly did I screw the pooch on this one? You be the judge.





I SWEAR I counted correctly when placing the markers, but since I have the correct number of total stitches I can only conclude that I was high on the crack when I placed those markers. How else would I get this kind of horrible mess?

Let's remind ourselves that this would have been I think the fifth garment to employ this technology, and that all the others came out perfectly fine.

LSD in the water supply? Or me just not know how to count?

But look at the lovely raglan increases - and get a good look, because it's all getting ripped out tonight.


3 Comments:

Blogger Mary Jessica said...

Wow, that's strange - I wonder how it happened? But I must say, those increases do look particularly fine. Oh well, they'll look just as good in the next incarnation!

Thanks for your help with the sleeveless sweater...I'm making slow but steady progress (I just haven't had time to knit much, even for something that knits up quickly! Boo! But yay for the pattern.)
xoxo MJ

8:08 AM

 
Blogger Leah said...

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3:28 PM

 
Blogger • B E N B E N E K • said...

Just wanted to announce the 4th anniversary of Hand Knits for Young Moderns - a website filled with scans from vintage knitting pattern books - thank you!

12:25 PM

 

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