I'm taking a little break from the huge project I'm working on, because it's giving me a migraine. I would knit, but my knitting is in my office--and I am holed up in the office of someone who is on vacation, because her office has a door (whereas mine barely has walls). So instead, I blog.
Which brings to me the Knitting Dilemma. On my lunch hour I was working on the mid-month dishcloth KAL, and found that in my previous row I managed to put in two yarnovers--there aren't any in the pattern for that row. Also, a few rows back, I had put in one yarnover (somehow) where there should have been none. That first time I just knit it together with the next stitch, going with the philosophy that it's only a dishcloth, and it's only for me. To be honest, I can't even find that part when I look at it. So I'm thinking about just doing that same thing again in the next row to hide those two mystery YOs... but I want to do it right, and I'm trying to stop leaving mistakes in my knitting because things are "only" for me. I deserve pretty, error-free knitting as much as anyone!
So then I think I should rip out the row with the extra YOs and do it again... but does that mean I have to go back and find the first one? And do I care that much, when the first one is invisible?
It's so hard to be a perfectionist when you kinda suck at something!