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I wanted to Cry

Saturday, January 04, 2014

I was getting ready to work on the dusty roses afghan after I took a picture & posted here & as I picked it up the cat got her claws caught in it & now I have to take the whole thing apart. It is knit on a loom board & I do not know any other way to fix it. Little snags I can just pull the rows around it to fix but this was a big long snag. I had 147 rows out of 320 rows done. I have 3 color sections taken out. I am going to write a journal about my work on taking it apart & then restarting & finishing the afghan. I did get the picture on here at least. I also did some reading on my Tablet & computer game playing. I also put pictures of Slinky ( the cat who got caught in the afghan), Harley the male cat, & the 2 dogs Buster & Bristol & a shot of where I am at working on the baby quilt that I am embroidering.

I am having a 9th bad sinus migraine day & night.
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    Hugs. I've had things like that happen to me with my cross stitch. Either something got spilled or i missed a stitch in the beginning but didn't notice it till I was quite a ways into the project and then had to either pull almost everything out, or just completely start over.

    I also can sympathize with the headaches. Get some rest and feel better soon.
    1530 days ago
    Oh, no! I would have cried, too. I don't know of an easier way either.
    1532 days ago
    Kitty would have one paw in the pound if that was me! I totally understand how frustrated you are.

    However, I can tell you from experience to let it wait until you're feeling better. I've been trying to knit a shawl with a very simple seven-stitch repeat. I was sick as a dog all December, and I couldn't keep the seven-stitch count right for anything.
    1532 days ago
    So sorry I know what you are going thru on a smaller basis. I made a shawl and had to take it all apart
    1532 days ago
    Hugs my dear so sorry the cat ruined your hard work.
    1532 days ago
    That is so hard!
    1533 days ago
  • BEEJAY49
    I'm so sorry to hear about all that work having to be taken out. :( We know they don't mean to do things like that. If it's any consulation I was knitting a sweater once and my dog got caught up in the yarn and pulled out several rows of hard work right off the needle that I had to re-do. So it happens to many. I know that doesn't help you though. You will do fine getting it back on.

    I hope you feel better soon. HUGS!
    1533 days ago
    Oh no, how heartbreaking. Perhaps google to see if there are any fix suggestions/ideas - hopefully there is some solution emoticon emoticon
    1533 days ago
    I'm so sorry to hear what happened.
    1533 days ago
    SO VERY SORRY..... what a terrible blow.... I would have wept!
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