It is never dull…

The last time I sounded in I was making great strides with my cabled throw. I want to blame the wine, but I think I just zoned out. The pattern begins and ends with a lattice cable. I did well on the “begin” part and not so good on the “end”. I omitted about 3 cable sequences on the end panel. Duh! I am very good at correcting oops’ without having to rip out and was able to do this to my throw, but…when all was said and done, I was left with a very sloppy looking I was not sure would settle in once I blocked it. So I sat and I ripped and ripped and ripped. I unraveled about 200+ yards of wool. The project looks a bit longer than the photo I posted in August. Here is the thing…it did not bother me in the least. I wonder if there is anyone out there who finds raveling, winding and inevitable untangling of yarn relaxing. I found comfort in a recent ‘Knitting Daily’ post by Sandi Wiseheart admitting that she too must re-do. It is a dirty job, but we all have to do it at sometime or another. I really wanted to have some fabulous pictures of

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