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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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Submission TitleTwo Steps Back

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Dealing with mistakes.

NameDebra Harding

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Sometimes the creative process requires going backwards or starting over. Such is the case with this hat I am currently knitting. The stripes are knit in a spiral & at some point I got the colors out of order. Here is how this goes in knitting parlance:

If my mistake is just a few stitches back, I tink (knit spelled backwards) one stitch at a time until I reach the point where I can correct it.

If the mistake is several rows back, I frog (rip-it, rip-it: I know,right? 🙄🙂) it until I reach the problem.

If I have to completely unravel it & start over, then it is called sending it to the frog pond.

And if a pattern or yarn refuses to be cooperative, the project might be put in time out for a while until the knitter deems it duly punished or he/she may realize that the yarn & pattern just weren’t suited for each other.

Hopefully I won’t have to resort to the frog pond with this one.

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