My daughter goes to college and as she still doesn't have her drivers license, I drive her back and forth. While waiting for her to take her classes, I read or knit, so I had the opportunity to get further on my cardigan. I finished the back and left front and started on the right. When I started the left front, I (as usual) did not read all the way through the patten, so knitted up almost the whole side before it dawned on me that I forgot to decrease for the neck. I had to rip out all the moose pattern that I had finished and start again, but I laid it down to go do something else and later when I picked it up to knit again, (you will not believe this) I did the same thing all over and had to rip it out again. The third time was the charm and I finished it with no more mistakes. WHEW!
This is the back of my cardigan.
And this is the moose I had to rip out two times.
I bought this beautiful yarn to make a pullover hoodie for my grandson.
I finished this shawl for my daughter, but have not had time to block it.
I knitted the shawl, but crocheted the edging.
And these gloves are the exact reason you should always check your dye lot. I know, I know, but I just grabbed the next skein in the cabinet and didn't check the dye lot until the glove was completed. Oh well, I guess I will wear them and hope no one notices that they are each a slightly different color.
It is really hard to see the color difference in these pictures, but it is noticeable.