April 15, 2009

What Was I Thinking?















When I took up knitting again a few years ago, I was desperate to knit anything and let myself think that this pattern was going to look good on me. It is a summer shell knit in summer tweed (I forget the yarn but it is a Classic Elite pattern).

I have never worn it as it looks like heck on - no waist shaping, nothing.

So, what do I do with this? I've never frogged a finished item before - it has side seams etc. Do I give it to charity, do I frog it and re-use the yarn?

What was I thinking????

5 comments:

Julie said...

Rather than fight the seams to frog it, I'd probably give it to charity (unless the yarn is something you really love). We all have a couple of those "What was I thinking" sweaters :-)

Joyce said...

It really depends on whether you love the yarn or not. When I reuse my yarn, I always wash it first (in hanks). This will refresh the yarn.

Krista said...

I've frogged many "What what I thinking" items! If you think you'll use the yarn again, just ahead and rip it!

At Home Mommy Knits said...

If you love the yarn frog it...if you don't then give it away.

Jennifer said...

I would frog it. You knit so quickly, you'll repurpose that yarn so quickly. I agree with washing it in hanks first.