WIP Wednesday: Forward Motion Resumed

As I mentioned yesterday I found my error, corrected it and have been able to continue forward on the Channah shawl. My mistake is one I’ve caught myself making a few times but this one got by me. The double decrease, slip two knitwise, k and pass slipped stitches over is easy enough to do but when just slightly distracted it’s easy to just knit those two slipped stitches and not notice until you reach the end of the row. Now with so many stitches in a single row it’s tough tinking back. I’m paying closer attention.

I took a little time yesterday to wind the yarn for my next project. I’ll be casting that on in the next few days. It’s a very simple cowl and will be perfect the times when I’m not at 100% for knitting lace. More about that once I’ve cast on and gotten underway.

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6 Responses to WIP Wednesday: Forward Motion Resumed

  1. I’m good about the knit two but forget to psso all the freakin time! Then I have an extra stitch and it makes me nuts.

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  2. Yeah! Forward is the way to go –


  3. ReginaMary says:

    I love those “less than 100%” projects!

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  4. Always good to have an easy one to fall back on 🙂

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  5. chrisknits says:

    Can’t wait to see what’s next on the needles!

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  6. Stefanie says:

    Yay for being able to fix the mistake. Those simple, single YO’s can be tricky devils.


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