No, I've not finished the second mitten, or the navy and white summer top, but yes, I have moved on to another project. I think I have a knitting specific ADD. Well really, it occurred to me the other day that Father's day is about a month after mother's day and maybe I should make something special for my husband (especially after not knitting him anything for his birthday - for shame Ann.) When given the option of this spiffy hat or another sweater vest he opted for the vest (he gets very cold at work even in the summer as he doesn't care for AC.) It just so happens I have one halfway knitted from over 3 years ago. Yup, you heard me right 3 years ago I started this vest, finishing the backside only to then panic that I would not have enough yarn to complete it so I promptly stopped knitting. Because if you don't knit you won't run out of yarn and everything will be fine right? Fine, but no sweater vest to wear. Sigh. So, I decided to get back to it for Father's Day and it seems to me I'll have enough yarn and if not, well then there's always contrasting trim right?
The only bummer is a mistake I made in the middle of the back all those years ago - can you see it? I made one whole grouping of cables tighter than the rest all the way across. It's right smack dab in the middle of the back too. Now, my quandary is do I replicate this mistake on the front panel so the seams match as they should or do I knit it correctly for the front and side seams be damned? Notice how I don't mention re-knitting the back to fix said mistake? It's just too much for this faint heart to unravel that much knitting. What do you think?