Frogging the frog


It had to be done. I could cry! I’ve suffered from knitter’s denial for weeks now but this morning I had to face it: The Twenty Ten Cardigan I’ve been knitting isn’t going to fit. It is way to big – all because I miscounted one tiny, measly little stitch which means the gauge I knit with was 14 stitches/inch not the 15 st./inch I calculated with. This resulted in the cardigan being too wide by 10 cm and overall looking like a potato sack.
I frogged my frog green cardigan this morning.


I think I’ll wait a day or two before I cast on again,, this time with the correct amount of stitches.

On a happier note, I have finished spinning and plying the English Wool Blend by Wildcraft and have already cast on for a ‘Wandering the Moor’ Shawl! The EWB is a bit coarse but I like it!


There’s a bit more colour to it than the picture shows. I managed to squeeze about 600 meters out of 3,5 ounces of which I am quite proud 🙂
It knits up like this:


Now I’m off to our local knitting meetup, a brief respite before tomorrow it’s once more into the breach: The new semester starts on Monday! Have a good week, everybody!


2 thoughts on “Frogging the frog

  1. barefootrooster 10. October 2010 / 4:02 pm

    sorry about the frogging — sounds like it had to be done. that handspun is absolutely gorgeous – love the way it is knitting up. hope you enjoy today — and that monday isn’t so bad!

    • mysmallplace 10. October 2010 / 6:53 pm

      Thanks! Yes, it had to be done. I’ll cast on again at knit night on Tuesday… Have a good week!

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