I got over confident and they decided to teach me some humility
- I finished my bamboo jumper and had a whole long post written about it, just awaiting the photos once it dried. Only, I then realised the sleeves were Way Too Long and, after attempting a shortcut to fix them and making things worse, I am going to have to knit them again
- on a camping trip I needed a simple knit, so I cast on for a stocking stitch cardigan. When we got home, with about a third of it knitted, I realised my tension square had lied to me and I had to frog it all
- it took me so many attempts to join a round of 264 stitches for a fair isle jumper, I was on the verge of deciding to knit the damn thing flat (and yes you can knit fair isle flat, I did it many times before discovering these new fangled circular needles)
I have acknowledged the error of my ways. The bamboo jumper is set to one side for now, until I can face re-knitting the sleeves. The cardigan has been started over, and this time should bear some relation to the size I want it to be. The fair isle jumper is now cast on in an non-Mobius stylee and a few rounds knit.