Unraveled Wednesday

There was some successful unraveling around here. I was knitting away on a mystery shawl and was not loving my third color choice. After reading the spoiler threads and seeing some beautiful shawls, I decided I needed to change the dark green to something with just a touch of green. So, with a bit of hesitation, I began to unravel about 10 rows of knitting. The yellow yarn was holding the shape so well that I was able to pick up all the stitches and get going again. What a relief to knit that first row and find that I had all 230 stitches! I am just two rows away from the point when I began u raveling and so much happier with the colors.

Yesterday I finished listening to Fight Back with Joy and I am very close to finishing Every Note Played. Next up? Not sure about fiction but I am going to dive into Mark Hyman’s new book.

We are past the 5 week point for the #100dayproject. Lots of sewing and knitting going on and my notebook has become a constant companion. Hoping to start some garden idea planning on the page this weekend.

Off to visit Kat to see what else is unraveling this week.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

10 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday

  1. So glad your stitches cooperated when it was time for them to jump back on the needle! (I love that yellow color.)

  2. Oh that shawl is beautiful – I can’t wait to see how that third color knits up. Every Note Played just landed in my Overdrive queue – looking forward to it!

  3. I do love the way the shawl is shaping up….good color choices it seems to me!!! Have read several of Lisa Genova’s book but not this one. Did you like it?!?

  4. I’m glad the taking out wasn’t too bothersome. Isn’t it weird how yarns look good when you set them together then they can look different when knitting them? Love the colors!

  5. I ordered Lisa Genova’s book as soon as it was out. Haven’t had time to read it yet. I am crazy about her first novel and the following ones were impressive too. Really looking forward to this one. The shawl colours look nice.

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