I’ve been knitting this baby blanket for too long now, and this morning, trying to sew panels together, I noticed that the third panel is longer than the others.
So, trying to stretch doesn’t work, I attempted to find the end so I can rip out a few rows. Couldn’t tell which was the end, which the beginning of this panel.
So, after many attempts and frustration building, I cut a few rows off with scissors -[I] without first inserting a knitting needle in the rows I want to keep[/I]. Yikes.
So currently, it looks like this:
I’ve run out of the blue yarn too…stupid, stupid cutting.
I guess I don’t understand knitting enough to be able to see where to pick up the stitches in a full remaining row, so I can insert a needle.
Should I give up knitting? or try to find a class where I can see, with my own eyes, how stitches fit together? (I thought I did know…)
Laugh, or cry with me, as you wish.