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February 01, 2005



I did the exact same thing. I was too distracted to be working on the Clap, but I did it anyway, finished it, and actually wore it for two days before I realized my mistake.

I decided to let it the Amish or some Native American craftspeople who purposefully make a mistake, I'm gonna be zen with it.

Your work is lovely, by the by.


Honestly, I wouldn't do a thing. Its a gorgeous scarf, and who's going to notice that anyway? Its at one end! :) Maybe another knitter, but I think they'd be too polite to mention it. Those who don't knit wouldn't even see what you've spotlighted for us.

Wear it proudly - you did a fine job!


Is everyone doing this scarf? It's really a lovely one. Nancy's idea on fixing it is a good one to me since correcting mistakes is a weak area for me.

Also, please check my 2/1/05 entry for a surprize.


I've been sitting here thinking about this... How about very carefully snipping the yarn at the very top spot of the dropped stitches (essentially the one you missed), unravelling it from the stitch below, then knotting it again. Not perfect, but it would be near the edge and you could weave it in.

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