It's fixed. I had to have a little pillow-punching time first, but I sat down with it again and fixed it, for real. In the end I only lost about six rows of work.
Then I banished it to a corner for two days. Yesterday I asserted myself to my knitting in general by frogging back Wisteria. I love that sweater, and I don't want it to be one that I don't wear because it doesn't fit. Fortunately, due to its construction, I lost all of the body but only about an inch of the yoke--the size I knit and the size I want only had one increase row difference before the end of the first chart, then a few more plain increase rows after it. Today I've just divided the sleeves from the body again.
Tomorrow I pick up the secret project again, and this time, it's war. I am going to get this done on time. It's going to be beautiful. Or else.
An amazing collection of recycled tea bag art
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