Friday, January 14, 2005

Mariah with arrows

Here are the cables with mistakes pointed out for you. In case you didn't see that I made a huge mistake. I am dwelling on this a bit, so I may rip them out, after all.

Mariah with arrows Posted by Hello


Michelle said...

Go for it. I've found that when I make myself rip out and fix my mistakes, I tend to make less of them. LOL Trust me, after 30+ years of knitting, I still make mistakes.

Nice blog!

Kimberly said...

Hi, Jenni!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and inviting me to check out your blog. It looks great.

I still haven't quite figured out html but you are off to a great start. I think I've got some helpful links somewhere. I'll try to find them and ost them tomorrow or Monday, depending on how long it takes me to find them.

I agree that frogging can be such a freeing experience. If you decide not to frog, it's okay. It's all up to you. If you decide to frog, just know you get a clean start.

Love the color you chose!

Shelley said...

I'm a real beginner, both with knitting and blogging. The first frogging I did was such a hurdle, but when I finally got up the courage to do it, and began knitting it over, I thought to myself, "Now I feel like a REAL knitter!" It was a little strange, now that I think about it.
About blogging: there was a good post on Knitter's Reviewi in the last day or so about how to get those buttons in the sidebar. The HTML for the buttons goes in the blank space after the "archive" code. Does that help?

Violet said...

Hi Jen. Been knitting for a while and I guarantee I frog all the time. I didn't notice the mistakes until you pointed them out...hope that helps.

Just some places that I went to help me with my blog:

Towards the bottom of the page for the link above, a tutorial is listed for loading buttons on the sidebar of your blog.

That link has the percentage bars and scrolling marquees.

Let me know if this helps!! Keep up the great work!

jodi said...

Hey there,

You could always drop down just the cable section with the problem and ladder it back up with a crochet hook. Just stick dpns in on the rows with the cable cross, cross them the right way, then drop them onto the crochet hook one by one and voila!