Oops, I cast on again.

So. Remember that time I thought it was a good idea to knit lace on the bus?

My main goals for Stash Pact were to organize my stash and to finish my WIPs (works in progress). So far I have organized my fabric and finished a handful of knits.

I also might perhaps have cast on a shawlette yesterday. IT’S NOT MY FAULT. See, I finished all the projects that could be bus knitting and I had to get on the bus and the yarn was already wound and everybody knows you shouldn’t wind yarn until you’re ready to use it so it was practically a WIP anyway.

Of course, it was a shawlette. Which means lace. Which means that my bus knitting consisted of casting on, knitting the first three rows, ripping out, casting on again, knitting four rows, ripping out, casting on again…

GOOD TIMES.

5 thoughts on “Oops, I cast on again.

  1. grandmere013

    February 13, 2011 at 11:38am

    Glad I am not the only one who does that with lace projects!

  2. Nana

    February 13, 2011 at 6:20pm

    was it the same pattern I have? if it was you now know why I had trouble…

  3. Annika

    February 13, 2011 at 8:22pm

    It is the same pattern! But I suspect your problem was probably not as idiotic as neglecting to read the pattern, which is where I went wrong.

  4. nova

    February 15, 2011 at 8:05am

    I can only knit lace at home, at night, when no one is bothering me. What was the pattern? I am curious now.

  5. Annika

    February 15, 2011 at 8:13am

    The pattern is Milkweed, which is truly about as easy as lace gets. Unless you fail to read the pattern and just YO wherever you damn please (or are new to lace, as my mom is).

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