I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t keep knitting the Annapurna Scarf. It was just too much purling and too many times of getting off my stitch count and not lining up with the pattern. I ripped that baby out before I even got to the first color change. Life is too short to force yourself to knit something!
I did another Ravelry dive. I think now I have like 10 or 12 advent mini patterns floating around in my favorites. I settled on Wool and Waves by Casapinka. It’s garter stitch and some eyelets and so much more satisfying to work on.
Now mine will not look like the pattern. I am not fussing around with striping my colors. I am just working my quasi-fade and using the stitch patterns. So I will hopefully end up with the same shape but a very different color effect. I have worked mostly through the first mini skein. And for some reason I can’t explain the whole shebang is still living in the large cardboard box it came in…I just can’t be bothered I guess.
PS. I’m still in LOVE with the project bag it came with!
Good for you! Hoping this project is happier, and lesser stress.
That is definitely a cute bag!
We should change WIPs to PIPs. It’s more fun to say.
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I need to do the same with a couple of projects I have