I have finished both frills of Frill to my satisfaction. On Wednesday, while watching Criminal Minds (is anyone besides me totally in love with the super-nerd, former model kid?) I knit 15 rows into the body. I just whipped them out. I thought, "This is super easy, and the next 345 rows are going to just FLY by."
Last night I sat down to knit, and by the second row, I'd seriously damaged the stitch pattern. NO idea what I did. I tried tinking and reknitting, and that got me a few more rows. Then I did something even weirder, and when I tried tinking that, I dropped stitches.
And I hadn't moved my lifeline from the night before.
You may remember from a previous post that I did not use a lifeline and had to frog the whole dratted frill. I got smart this time. I used a lifeline between the frill and the body, until I got my groove in the body and knew what was going on. I should have moved it up. I didn't.
Pride goeth before a fall.
All frogged, all the way to the top of the frill. Last night got me back six measly rows, and first thing this morning I moved my lifeline up. Painful lessons.
Anybody know how to photograph black/grey variegated knitted lace?