I’ve been steadily knitting along on Pembroke, fully enjoying the springy yarn and twisty cable work. The back sped by without any problems. Then there came the front. Not that there have been problems, really, just moments of pause in which I had to consider how peaceful a knitter I really am.
I had been happily knitting away on the front while enjoying some Starbucks with a fellow knitter when I noticed it. A mixed up cable, crossed the wrong direction. I kept knitting, but my mind niggled.
Will anyone notice that?
Will it bother me if I don’t go back and fix it?
My knitting time has been fairly sparse lately, and I am knitting this on a timeline…
Can you see it?
After more knitting and thinking, I decided to call it an improvisational design feature and just keep going. This one confused cable cross doesn’t affect the performance of the finished object. I’m not so much of a knitting perfectionist that I can’t just let some things be, and this is one of those things I am letting go.
I have just one shoulder and the seaming to do before I can cross this knit of my To-Do list. Now let’s just hope I don’t run out of yarn…