I found this in my stash box, from a year ago.
Trying to remember what or why…I think it was to be a scarf for my 4-year old grand-daughter. I made up the pattern, hoping for a narrow band across the back of neck, with a cozy wider part across her little chest. It’s stockinette 5 rows, alternating by beginning with a purl row every sixth…for a warmer, and stretchy texture to it.
HOWEVER! …using sock yarn and size 2.5mm needles, it’s taking forever.
AND! I just came across a snag in the yarn, so I had to rip back, and noticed that the yarn itself is unravelled in about 4 inches of it.
THEN!..my daughter told me that her children are not allowed to wear scarves to school.
SO! My question to you is: should I bother to continue? there are other projects calling to me, and I’m not even sure if this is wear-worthy.
I don’t know what I was thinking! but I put so very many hours of knitting into it…
do you ever keep on with a project even though you know halfway through that you shouldn’t have begun it?
and moreover: is it dumb? looking like a strange alien thing? Is there a ‘hall of uglies’ I can donate it to? What would you do?