As you can see from the image on the left, I had to resort to using a lifeline. Fortunately, I had learned from a video from Very Pink Knits that I could add a lifeline after knitting in order to rip out the work back to a certain spot.
In my case, I have been kinda designing “on-the-fly” so I ran across some symmetry issues that I didn’t consider. Specifically, I added in a center point to my work – a visual element to add interest. This led me to want to have mirror symmetry (or as close as possible) without actually knitting the two halves separately and then knitting them together.
Of course, I still have at least one other “oops” that you can see in this image. Can you spot it?
I do like how this is turning out. I like the colors and the drape and the warmth and the cuddly softness… ooooh, the cuddly softness.
Did I mention it was soft? 🙂
Tools & Techniques
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Knitting Help – Lifelines by Very Pink Knits