Screwed up a sweater. Started on the yoke, got stuck, then switched to the body with the idea the two sections could be easily grafted together. Turns out grafting is tricky. Doesn’t look right, so might as well just bite it and redo. Sigh. Which involves ripping eleven inches of sweater body in order to reuse the yarn. Ripping out knitting (at least this way) is called frogging, supposedly because you “rip it, rip it.” So two weeks of knitting is lost, but what else can you do?
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