Would you like some cheese with that whine?
Unless you’re some sort of crafting genius and everything you touch turns to gold (in which case, GTFO) you will have experienced that low, slushy feeling of finishing a project and realising something is wrong.
It could be you’ve cut the fabric wrong for a dress (done that) or forgotten the sugar in a cake (done that one as well). It could even be you cast off, put the garment on and it does this:
As a cowl neck, it’s great. As the back neck edging, it’s full of fail.
I checked Ravelry and it seems that this is all my fault because no-one else has mentioned it.
I followed the instructions (I think. I hope) and I still managed to mess it up!
So, courage in hand, I ripped two pattern repeats from left and right and re-knit. I removed one pattern repeat each side by doubling the attachment rate and it fits much better.
Watershed is now thinking about what it’s done and having a damn good blocking.
FO photos once I’ve found a trowel with which to apply my make-up so I look vaguely human.
In happier news, I can successfully crochet with lace-weight yarn