That’s it! I’m done knitting. Maybe I’ll become one of those people that only makes fancy scarves. Why am I being my usual overdramatic self? Here you take a look:
No, not the dirty carpet. What’s on the floor, the two differing pieces of cloth that taunt me. I was so happy too! I thought, cool I’m done knitting, now all I have to do is seam it and we can wear this biatch. But in the back of my mind I was wondering why it seemed to be heavier on the needles or curling a lot more. Being that close to the end must have clouded my judgement, because I ignored myself and kept on going. So now I have these two pieces that have at least a 2 inch difference, not only in width but in length. Now, if I was sewing, I would just cut the fabric or, if I had done the seam, cut the extra fabric. What do I do with this? Please gentle reader, don’t ask me to rip it out and knit it again. I can’t even tell what mistake I made. Did I do too many increases without noticing or do I just not know how to keep gauge? I think this is someone telling me that I should have done the back and front consecutively instead of doing all those little straps in between.
Alright, tell me what to do. My fate is in your hands.
Here is what it’s suppossed to look like: