Sweater Trouble

Have you ever wondered if a project were cursed? I’m starting to think that about my Caramel sweater.

Last night I headed to knit night, excited to get to work on the sweater. I couldn’t finish a row before the biggest knot I have ever encountered in a yarn cake slowed me down. It took about 45 minutes for me to untangle the mess and finish the row. It was frustrating.

After that row I changed colors. I was almost to the end of the row when I discovered a weak spot in the yarn.20180717_1352529042863302674257766.jpg

Now I’m trying to decide if I should just cut the yarn and keep going or tink back to the beginning of the row and start fresh so there are fewer ends. I normally would make a decision and get to work completing the project, but for some reason I can’t decide. What would you do?

In positive news, my friend Beth brought me a bunch of leftover fingering weight for me to use in my blanket. I was getting really low on fingering weight scraps, so it was especially wonderful to receive.

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I’m planning on making a decision on the sweater soon and getting on with it. It won’t matter much either way, but for some reason I feel blocked by this decision. Luckily I still have to knit my daily square, so I can use that time to mull my options over.

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