Sunday, September 20, 2009

Ok, tell me REALLY.

BTW, I realized that of course the reason I didn't take a picture of the eyes-on-butt hedgie was that I didn't have a working camera.

Dude. I am a little slow sometimes.

Okay, so here's the story: I fixed the star on the star baby blanket by dropping down and adding the extra stitch.

And then I found that WAY on the other side of the blanket... I had a star with one too many stitches.

I dropped down and fixed that too. But I think they both look like doodoo. And there's about 2 1/2 feet of knitting in between them:

I am really inclined to rip back and redo the stockinette at this point. I just don't think this will block out. What do you think?


Melinda said...

It pains me to say it, but...I'd rip. I don't think that's going to block out.

jae said...

Did you use the same needle size? or perhaps you knit the picked up stitches tighter? Wow I have a feeling it may not even out in the wash.

Sarah-potterknitter said...

Yep, you will never be satisfied with in unless you rip. I hate when that happens

JustJen said...

Yep, much as I hate to say it: I'd rip and repeat. I don't think you can claim that it's a design feature when one side iss a scrunch and the other is a stretch.

What a nuisance -- especially when, on average, the numbers come out right.

twistle said...

I hate to have to agree with people above, but I think ripping is the only way to go -sorry dear!