Things that make me go GAH!
I finished the body of the Scalloped Lace Baby Cardigan the other day. I wanted to block the body to double-check my post-blocking gauge before I knit the sleeves, so I set it aside for a moment and started another baby cardigan. In the time since I cast on for the first cardigan, another baby made his (early!) appearance into this world, which meant that I needed to get cracking on the little hoodie I’d planned for him.
I picked the lace cardigan yesterday and noticed a big goof. Can you find it?
Gah. I hate that. I spent so much time looking at this, but somehow didn’t see anything wrong. I already frogged the buttonband on the buttonhole side once after I realized that somehow I didn’t space the buttonholes evenly. Frogging stitches at the edge of the work is a royal pain (and a really good argument for picking up stitches and knitting the buttonbands after the fact— which is incidentally what I decided to do with the hoodie sweater!). Wish I’d goofed on the row below, because then I could have just sewn the button over it and ignored it!
If you have other suggestions, please post them in the comments. This is a gift for my son’s teacher, and the school year is rapidly drawing to a close, so I am running out of time!