Oops and un-oops

You know how sometimes you get a little confused about what row of a cable pattern you’re on? Even despite your best efforts of row-counting?

Versatility Oops

Yeah. I definitely know that feeling.

Luckily, my adventures with my Aran sweater a few years ago taught me the kninja technique of isolated ripping back, where you just drop the stitches in a narrow section of your work and re-do it. A scan five minutes of knitting time later, and voila:

Versatility Fixed

Like it never happened.

(Except, of course, that I just posted pictures on the Internet documenting that it did happen.)

6 Responses to “Oops and un-oops”

  1. cryssyer Says:

    You are going to have to share your kninja ripping back technique. If I knew that, even ‘I’ would try cabling! Nicely done. And thanks for the accountability :)

  2. Lynn Says:

    Or you can view your hard-won skill as stifling your innate design sense.

    Aren’t I helpful?

  3. Ellen-Mary Says:

    Your secret is safe with me. :)

  4. Kath Says:

    Nice! And I like the word “kninja” – I’ll have to remember that one!

  5. Michelle Says:

    You are so bad. I mean that in the non-perverted Michael Jackson way.

  6. bezzie Says:

    Oh but I kinda liked the twisty doodle it did near the end there!