Here's Yer Hat....
March 19, 2011
.... what's yer hurry?
I had to start it over because the first time, the cast-on was too lumpy-bumpy. However, it took a couple of inches to decide that though. I simply cut the yarn and started again ... and if I don't have enough yarn, I'll unravel it and use it, but I think I have enough yarn.
I haven't started the sock KAL yet, but it's easy enough to knit and I've got time on my hands. I did put the pink and the Easterish color sock yarn on the scrap yarn afghan, and finished the ribbing on the back of the October Frost cardigan. So, I have been busy.
Know to get more coffee and work on the hat :)
wow I've never thought of cutting the yarn and starting over I usually just tink it and rewrap it. I could see how this would save time though.
Posted by: Brandi | March 19, 2011 at 12:05 PM
It does save time! If you have enough yarn, it's a good way to start over and keep your momentum going. It's always nicer to unravel the yarn if you need it desperately anyway, too.
Posted by: Beth Collins | March 21, 2011 at 08:16 AM
If you have enough yarn, it's a good way to start over
Posted by: vibram five fingers | March 30, 2011 at 05:36 AM