To frog or not to frog ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ

I have picked up the wavy jumper I started last year. I completed the back just before Christmas but put it down as I raced to finish Christmas gifts. I picked it back up a few days ago and started the front.

Sadly I didn’t read the instructions and went at it like a bull in a China shop. I had read the pattern back when I started but that was weeks ago so I had forgotten wave sequence was slightly different on the front. When I realised I was so annoyed with myself and questioned should I just leave it and carry on regardless or undo it???

The jumper is for me but I would know and it would annoy me so I have spent the morning frogging and picking up stitches ๐Ÿ˜•

The completed back and the remains of the front!
I lost 6 inches of work!
All picked up and correct sequence set!

Hopefully no more dramas!


17 thoughts on “STASH-BUSTING #17

  1. Glad it is not just me who does that. A lot of the times I will frog the lot and start again. Usually, because I do complex patterns and think “well, I’m not going to get that back to an easy row”. Crossing my fingers you have not more setbacks.

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  2. And now I’m wondering what’s different about the front – when you have enough done, or even completed! – I’d love to see a photo of the back and the front together.

    That’s the kind of challenge I like – and it’s fun to knit. If you have to knit it twice, it’s twice as much fun, right??

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    1. Not sure about twice as much fun. The cables alternate one forward, one backward so the end ones need to reflect this. I could have left it but would have been walking round with my arms flat against the sides of the jumper trying to hide the mistake ๐Ÿ˜†

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  3. Oh but wow though. It will look awesome when itโ€™s done. I think take a deep breath, make a pirate sound, and take another deep breath. Donโ€™t put the whole effort to waste, use the mistake as a learning moment and aim for the end goal. Youโ€™ve got this! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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