Saturday, October 16, 2010

Unintentional Twisting



What you see here is another shawl-collared vest in the making that will soon be in the unmaking and remaking. All 225 stitches with 7 strategically placed stitch markers and 18 rows of k1b p1 as well as two rows of cabling. (and in case anyone doesn't want to get their calculator out- that would be 4,050 stitches.

How can a person go so far in the making of such a project and not realize that it is twisted? I can't be certain but I do know that if you ever need it done, you can count on me.

5 comments:

kmkat said...

Perfect for an alternate, Esher-themed universe :-)

Roxie said...

Aww, bummer! Well, remember, you ENJOY knitting, so this just means you get more knitting to do. (I work back and forth for a couple rows, then join the circle. It leaves a two row seam to sew and makes it SO much easier to be sure that no twists sneak in.)

JelliDonut said...

Dang! That's too bad, but I think knitting two heels on one sock trumps this. Still-dang!

Mountain Mama said...

Cast it off and call it an "infinity shawl"

Gotta Knit! said...

so did you create some new curse words?