It's been a bit of a grey day today.
When I pulled out my current projects to photograph, I noticed they matched the weather.
Socks for Sam; for him grey is the only way to go. This is more of my favourite Lana Grossa. It's been in my stash for ages, possibly since our first Get Knitted trip.
The cardigan continues. It's not the fastest of knits or the most interesting, at this stage, but it will be worth it in the end. For those who asked, the pattern calls for Rowan Scottish Tweed DK, 18 balls for the smallest size, 19 for the medium and 20 for the large. My budget didn't run to that much Rowan yarn, so I've subbed Cascade 220. My gauge is a smidge off, so I'm doing the largest size to compensate.
Now, the sticky question. As you can see, I have miscrossed (is that a word?) a cable, third twist down from the needle. There's no way around it, fixing it would involve ripping. A lot of ripping and a lot of reknitting. What do you think? Initially I was feeling all gung ho, 'I'm not ripping, it's fine', but now I'm not so sure. There's a sneaky voice telling me that I'll regret not fixing it. I had a vague idea of knitting past one more cable to see if the mistake starts to blend in but potentially I'm setting myself up for more ripping.
Can you help me with my indecision?