October 7, 2012

Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 120 : " Knitting ... unraveling ..."

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5 comments:

thecrazysheeplady said...

I'm getting ready for a big frogging myself. Sigh.

Jody said...

Sometimes I can start several projects and nothing seems to work out (had that happen a short while ago).
I just say I've lost my 'knitting mojo' and wait til it passes :-)

Diane said...

Oh Dear ! Sorry to hear about the upcoming "big frogging". It's always so painful. The only thing that helps me is I keep telling myself that I won't like the end result at all and won't wear it or give it away. But if I 'rip and fix' I'll end up with something that I really like. Also ... and maybe this is just an age thing ... but when you LOVE knitting, you can always try to convince yourself that you can have twice as much "fun" with this project now that you have to knit it twice ! I know, sick and twisted logic ... but it helps ease the pain of ripping and frogging !
bon courage !

Diane said...

Oh Jody ... I LOVE it : "knitting mojo" !!
To be quite honest, I rarely have problems with my projects. (knock on wood) But every once in a while there's a project that drives me nuts. This particular project isn't too bad ... but I've already spent way too much time on it. It is a great little pattern ... & I may just knit another pair (after I figure out the problems that I'm having with this pair!)
A knitter's life is ever so complicated !

dorothee draft said...

Quand ça va pas, faut pas hésiter !

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