Unraveled Wednesday 

Sadly, there has been some unraveling of yarn.  I tried, but I could not find the mistake and the pattern was not going to resolve itself.  I put it down for a few days but in the end, I knew I would not be happy with the outcome.  I want to start again but I think I will change up the colors.  This is a lovely pattern and quite easy to follow.  Sometimes we learn many good things when we unravel.

Now, my summer book bingo is off to a good beginning.  I checked off my first square yesterday with a book that was “blurbed by someone you admire.”  Mary recommended The Bookshop on the Corner.  A lovely little story set in the Scottish Highlands.  Thanks Mary.

So, my week is balancing out.  Let’s hope that trend continues.  Thanks Kat for hosting Unraveled Wednesdays.  

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

7 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday 

  1. Ugh, I am sorry you are unraveling! However, I agree, my mistakes shout at me – so I understand the urge to fix! Your colors are just stunning though and I think you will need your hat for your Shetland trip!

  2. Unravelling so much work is always a hard decision, I always waste too much time dithering over whether to unravel or not, put it away, it’s like I hope it will sort itself out!! The pattern is beautiful, fingers crossed the rest of your knitting goes smoothly!

  3. I always hate to unravel . . . but, really, never regret it afterward. Here’s to smooth sailing from this point on! XO

  4. Good knitters often unravel, because we do what’s required. I checked off my first Bingo, too, but I didn’t care at all for the book.

  5. Oh I’m so glad you enjoyed the book … and hopefully unraveling will get you back on track with your knitting. Happy Weekend!

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