I don’t think I’m going to be giving the bard any competition in the quotations stakes any time soon, but I do have a dilemma.
I have almost finished the crescent shawl from the rescued wool. I haven’t cast off yet as there is a mistake about 10 rows back from the end. Each row is currently over 400 stitches, which is why I am considering just leaving it in. If you look at the photo, you will see that two of the eyelet rows are too close together as there is a reverse stockinette row missing. I’m not sure why I’m dithering about it, it needs to be frogged and that’s that. But does it, perhaps I could just frog a couple of rows and duplicate the pattern that I inadvertently created?
Does this matter provided I include it in the final pattern? Yes I think it does but I am so reluctant to rewind this poor stretch of merino wool yet again. I know I will eventually take the plunge but I don’t think I’m quite ready to start ripping yet.