Friday, February 1, 2008

Back on track

Well, with the help of Sharayah, I decided to go ahead and continue knitting the noro vest the size it is. She had a great insight, that I wouldn't want to be bitter about the vest if I were to rip it and re-knit it. It is so true.
By accepting the vest as it is, I will no doubt knit on it quicker and since it won't be for me, I will get a chance to "learn" on this one, and tweak the next one that I make that will be for me!
I have been spinning a bunch the last few nights too, and hope to show you some pics. I know we skipped the comment drawing in January, and I hope to re-invent another type of contest/freebie this month, but don't quite know what I want to do. Thanks for staying tuned and until next time, Knit with a smile! KC


Annie said...

oh geez! i should have read from most recent!

i'm glad you decided what to do about the vest.

Delighted Hands said...

Elizabeth Zimmerman says to knit with abandon trusting you will find someone it fits when you are done. So knit for joy of the journey and know that what you are making is beautiful. There is a time to rip and a time not to rip....