I have a problem.
I think it’s a problem that a lot of knitters have.
I think I might hate my current project.
I loved it at first, and I’m sure one day I will love it again. But, right now- no.
I can’t talk about it in detail, or really, in anything other than the broadest, most vague terms (it’s a design I’m working on, so it’s all Top Secret, hence the very un-illuminating photos). But, let’s just say there’s a lot of stockinette.
Like a lot.
Like, I’ve been knitting plain, purple stockinette for a couple weeks now, and other than a couple Pussyhats, I haven’t been able to do anything to break up the monotony.
When I started this project, I was super jazzed- I love simple, clean designs- there’s something so elegant about simple projects. And, I know I’ll wear the heck out of this project when it’s finished.
But… oofda. It’s a lot of stockinette.
I got to do a little bit of 1×1 ribbing the other day, and I just about got up and danced a jig. I’m in a sorry state.My deadline is fast approaching, so one way or the other, I’ll finish up this project soon. And boy, am I ready.
Have you ever taken on a project that was a little too much? A little too much stockinette? A few too many cables? A bit too fiddly?
Bless your heart; I’m a fairly new knitter so I haven’t gotten that far just yet. However, I have been to the Frog Pond on numerous occasions since I’m not that good at tinking yet.
OMG YES! Been there. Major suckage! All you can do is power through it like you have been. Yay for the pussyhats, btw! Maybe do a few more to send to specific people who would like them as you power thru this project–or reward yourself by starting a new pair of sox; anything to break up the monotony, yet keep you plugging away.
Totally get this, hang in there. 🙂
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