Sunday, August 27, 2006

Hurray for Sock!

Wow, this has been one crazy week. I started school on Wednesday and I feel like I have been going non-stop since. I am not stressed out just yet, but I can already forsee the stress with the load of reading, research, and early morning classes I have. Knitting has been pushed to the wayside a bit, but I am still plodding along as best as I can (I even made time to go to SnB).

My sock is coming along; however, I am having mixed feelings about it. I might frog back and redo the gusset and whatnot. I have a ladder at the bottom of my foot and I forgot to decrease a stitch at some point. None of it is really noticeable, but it is bothering me all the same. You see, as much as I would love to just continue and ignore the mistakes, my anal retentive tendencies suggest that I might regret this and prove further aggravation down the line. Tomorrow I am going to take a good hard look at my knitting and make a decision. I don't trust myself in the heat of frustration to make a big decision like frogging a couple of hours worth of work.


1 comment:

  1. It's always sad to have to frog any amount of work. I'm sure if you know that there is something wrong with your work, it will bother you and you'll not feel satisfied with its finished product. I would think the ladder on the bottom would be felt on the bottom of your foot at some point (or even catch in something should you not be wearing shoes and then end up ripping or something). I wish you luck on whatever you decide to do with the sock.