Most of my evening has been spent knitting.
It has been that blissful kind of knitting where you can watch tv, yet still get a lot done on your project.
Tonight, I have been working on a panel for our Scarf Circle.
I am using Andean Treasure from KnitPicks that came out of my stash. That stuff is really soft! For the pattern, this time it is A Scarf Askew. It's great because I know it from my scarf. It's easy, fairly mindless and I think it turns out great.
The panel was finished, the ends were woven in and I was getting ready to pack it up to mail when I was admiring it.
Doesn't it look great? (Especially with a certain cat's paw involved..)
That is when I noticed a problem. A big problem.
When I started knitting it, I must not have been paying paying attention. I started it on THE WRONG SIDE of the scarf. Essentially, the butt of my panel is going to be showing while the pretty fronts of everybody else's glows.
See? Here is the right side of the scarf. (Again with the help of my ever faithful assistant..)
Now, here I sit, trying to figure out if I should redo it or just let it be a really cool design feature.
If it were me and I got it, I would think that one panel going the wrong way is cool... but would anybody else?
What do you think?