Folks, that's the second knot in my skein of Colinette Jitterbug! I've knit a bunch of projects with this yarn and I love it, I've even defended it on Ravelry boards when others have complained of short yardage, bleeding colors, KNOTS, and who knows what else . . . I realize the ball of yarn has no way of knowing it's just done the equivalent of stabbing me in the back, but I still can't help but feel betrayed.
There's something so supremely annoying about having to weave in 4 extra ends in a small, quick project that uses less than 150 yards of yarn!
In happier news, I blocked the Leila Shawlette and I'm very pleased with how it came out:
I used less than one skein of Socks that Rock and it's a pretty good size shawlette, the perfect size to wear as a scarf during the spring. It's kind of amazing to think that you can get this much shawl out of one pair of sock's worth of yarn!
The STR softened up significantly in the wash, I was actually really surprised. The only other thing I've knit with it is socks, which are definitely soft enough, but since they're knit so tightly the yarn only relaxed so much with washing/wearing. This loosely-knit fabric feels amazingly soft in comparison! And I just love this tone-on-tone purple, I wish I had more of it in the stash!
Planning to wear this to work tomorrow, I wonder how many coworkers will ask if I knit it?
Oh to be betrayed by yarn!
May 15, 2009
I just found your blog after doing a web search on knots in Colinette Jitterbug. Just started my second sock, cast on, only to find a knot. I cut up to where the knot was, but I am hoping I don’t find another one. Weird.