I’m in denial. Well, not really I suppose. I am talking about it. The Sparrow Fingerless Gloves have hit a bump in the road. It’s probably not entirely the fault of the pattern but I have small hands. The hands of the gloves are too big. Not huge but big enough that I will end up not wearing them. I’ve got a plan to remedy the situation but it involves ripping out stitches and backward progress isn’t in the cards right now. So I have been trying to come up with something else to knit. Something that isn’t a big commitment or a big thinking project. My knitting brain power is at an all-time low right now. So I happened on this recipe for a shawlette that will work with some yarn I’ve had sitting around for a bit. The yarn is Classic Elite Chesapeake that I bought at Hub Mills marked down since it had no tag. The color is a charcoal gray. I haven’t completely worked out in my head what I’m going to do but I have two balls so I’ll knit one and worry about the details later. So what do you do when things go awry?
In family news, my father came home from the hospital Saturday. He seems OK though is still pretty shaky and not quite right.