It happened again.
I was supposedly knitting along with a bunch of folks over at Seasons of Lace on a pattern that's quite nice just the way it was written.
And then, there I was... on row two no less, and ... well... I changed it. I guess since they're knitting Emily Dickinson, and I'm knitting "Inebriate of Air", mine can be different right?
I decided that I wanted the points to get smaller a little more slowly.
I like how it's looking, and am anticipating blocking it stretched close to the way it was written, but not quite.
However, this little game I'm playing will mean I have to knit an extra row. And thus, I've already begun to fret that I'm pushing that whole "having enough yarn" question.
Even though I fear that I'll be bored with the whole miles of beaded garter stitch thing, I'm totally loving that this is a garter stitch shawl. It means that adding one row doesn't really mess you up.
I'm also loving that the designer has joined in our discussion on Ravelry.
I'm also, trying very hard not to think too much, because I'm having more ideas for fun things to do with it.