Okay, now that that is over with, on with the blog!
So, this most recent stripe of grey has given me a few problems. Last week I noticed that it looked like I had dropped a stitch, only I hadn't, but there was still a hole like I had dropped a stitch. Weird. So I went back and frogged a few rows to get rid of said hole. When I picked back up all my stitches though, some of them had gotten twisted around - but I wasn't about to frog what I had just done again to fix that. Then, when I was only two rows away from finishing the grey stripe, I noticed that a row back I had purled when I was supposed to have knitted, so I had to frog two rows to fix that, only to find that I had ended up with twisted stitches again. It's not that noticeable, but you can see the stitches are kinda wonky in a couple of areas:
(The wonkyness is clearer in the middle of the picture there)
This cat girl I drew several years ago shares my frustration:
Is there a proper way to pick up stitches when you've had to frog?
On other fronts, the scarf isn't looking too bad over all.
(I took the picture while at work again, so I couldn't really stretch it out :P )