#%*@

Last night I was a little tired but pushed through to finish my second black sock. I got to the last row only to discover I was a stitch short. Then there is was, the cursed dropped stitch!
#%*@
Lucky me now I get to rip back all those decrease rounds. I guess the lesson is count my stitches more often & don’t knit when I’m too tired!
I have some Lorna’s Laces coming in brown to start a part of socks for Matt so I want to get these finished. I also have an embroidery project & sewing project waiting so these socks must be finished.

I got my Ravelry invite & am not up, I’m katbaro same as on here. I haven’t added a ton yet but will as time goes on.

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5 Comments to #%*@
    • wrchili
    • I should have learned my lesson by now of not to knit while tired, but I still do it anyway, and I always mess something up. See you on ravelry!

    • Line Kristine
    • I know the feeling… We both know that it`s not smart to knit when we are too tired. But remember it and wait till the next day? No… 😛

    • Tina
    • Hey Kat – I think if it were my sock, I would finsish the toe as it is, weave in the end down to where the lost stitch is and secure it. No one would ever know! But in total you are doing a great job knitting socks!

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