(Knitting Regrets), I've Had a Few . . . - Patty Lyons | Knitting Teacher

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  • Dana Cooper

    To your 5 I’ll add one more!
    6. Tell yourself that little mistake won’t show because you don’t want to rip it all out. It becomes a beacon to your eye and that’s all you see!

    September 11, 2018
  • Anne Stone

    Not ripping out and correcting a mistake.

    September 29, 2018
  • Jan Mulwitz

    “Oh, I don’t need to put this (maybe lace?) in a bag. The cats will leave it alone” . HAH!! “Idle yarn is a cat’s plaything.”

    September 29, 2018
  • Amy C

    Ignoring that nagging feeling that something is wrong instead of stopping to discover that rereading the directions means you don’t have to rip out the yoke (twice) or make socks that would fit Godzilla.

    September 30, 2018
  • Susan Adams

    That glass of wine (or two) that I had before I picked up my knitting….Susan

    September 30, 2018
  • Lea Mcmillan

    My worst was not notating a needle size change on my pattern! Came back much later and finished it with the needle called for in the pattern. The back fits, the front AND sleeves are too big. Sew it together anyway! Bad idea. Waiting to be frogged.

    September 30, 2018
  • Aggressive blocking isn’t always the answer either!

    October 02, 2018

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