Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Dog Ate My Homework

We had a nice little sewing circle meeting last night and I got a few inches of my sock done. Today the dog got bored while I was out and pulled out my knitting. Argggggg! I don't know whether to start over or try to fix this. I'm not sure I can fix it.

9 comments:

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

Don't you hate when that happens? I find it best to just tear it out and start that section over.

Blessings,

Sher

Jennifer said...

HOw frustrating! At least he didn't swallow it, though!

Julie said...

Oh - I am so sorry this happened - but I have to say that everyone in my office was laughing - picturing the event! Try not to be too angry with him!

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

You have some nice new treasure from the giveaway that you won. How nice !!
Sure...the dog did it LOL I blame my dog for everything too. :)
Deb

Judy said...

Oh NO!!!
I would just start over, less headache.

Deborah said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. If you hadn't put a comment on my blog about your standard poodle's passing, I would have thought it was him. When Margaret first told me she'd met you, I said, "She has a black standard poodle!" I still miss Addy.

As for the sock ... I wouldn't have the patience to try and fix it. Good luck with whatever you decide.

A Lovely Thing said...

A tip -- use a contrasting yarn and yarn needle to catch the stitches last FULL round that wasn't pulled out. Rip back to your contrasting line and pick up your stitches there.

pedalpower said...

Wow, great idea about the contrasting yarn! I'll keep that in mind next time. This time I sat down when I was feeling especially patient and carefully picked up stitches with a crochet hook. Some of them were unraveled a couple of rows down so it took a little weaving. I got it down though, and I can't tell where I did it so I guess it's alright!

Kelly said...

Sort of a sickening feeling huh? It still happens around here all the time--my fox terrier will be two soon and he'd better quit the chewing soon. I'm tired of buying new hats shoes and underwear ;-) Just found your blog and I love it!
Kelly