Thursday, May 5, 2011

It's a Mystery



Will: "We're lost." 
Philip: "No it will turn out well." 
Will: "How?" 
Philip Henslowe: "I don't know. It's a mystery."

For those of you who don't know this reference, it's from one of my favorite movies, Shakespeare in Love.  Phillip, played by Geoffrey Rush, says "It's a Mystery," a couple of times in the film.  And of course, that means I use this quote all of the time.  Which, by the way, no one but me seems to get the reference.  Teedle-dee.

Well, the mystery is all out of the Mystery 220 May KAL I was knitting.  I actually happened upon the pattern and knew immediately that it was what we were knitting.  :(  I won't give the name here in case some of you are knitting the Mystery 220 May KAL.  I don't want to spoil your mystery.  But knowing which pattern it is and my dislike of clue 1 (BORING) coupled with the fact that I can't see myself wearing this garment, I have decided to frog it and use the yarn for something else.  Although I think pattern is perfectly lovely when knitted up, I just have too many repetitive, mindless patterns going on right now and I need something a tad more stimulating.  Plus, like I said, I just don't see myself wearing this particular garment.

So I guess it's back to the never-ending cardigan for me (Featherweight).  Unless I find something else to start... :p

IDK, it's a mystery!  



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1 comment:

  1. You go gurl! Frog it! Ya know what? I, too, was doing a Mystery KAL on Ravelry; it was my first one......and, ah,.......the pattern did not knit well, with the beads shifting all over the place. So, I frogged it. I was using precious (expensive) yarn, and I'd rather have something nice to wear. I did not do another KAL that I wanted to do, because I was doing this Mystery KAL. I think that I think I will only do KALs for which the pattern is known before hand. There is no shame in frogging.

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