Okay… so I was really proud of how my very first garment was looking and I started seaming and everything was going well until I came to the hood.
Way back when I was working on knitting the hood, I came here with questions, which Ingrid was very gracious enough to answer for me. I sat and looked at the pattern, looked at the unfinished sweater and came here for help for like 2 hours. Finally, did the hood, and the rest of the sweater.
Then comes the big problem. I am all done with the seaming, except for the hood, and when I am starting to seam it, it is KNITTED ON BACKWARDS!!! :shock: :twisted: It will still open, but the part that is supposed to be the front is the back and it is now seamed on top to the middle of the front of the hood. I had to seam the nice rolled edge to the back of the sweater. There was no way to really fix it without ripping it all out and my DH said it still looked great and to leave it.
Ohhhh, I am soooo mad that I made such a big mistake! :twisted: Makes me want to either get right back and knit up another one, or never knit another sweater again!!! :crying: