Something is not right.

Figures. I profess my love for cables and they turn on me (pun intended. Groan.)

After yesterday I was a bit at a standstill with my projects. I need to block the pieces of the Central Park Hoodie (hopefully today), I finished one mitten and it’s a pay attention sort of pattern (not the best for SnB), I’m waiting for Feb.1 & the LimeNViolet sock marathon to start before doing anything with sock yarn (though it would be no surprise to anyone who knows me that I have a HUGE list of socks I want to knit, plus the ipod mitts that were on the Chum. It was almost time for SnB and I needed a project.

I rediscovered some cashmere Dan gave me and thought it would be a treat for me to knit up an Evangeline Cowl – I have long admired the fingerless mitts and think the cowl is gorgeous. Plus, cashmere makes everything better – and the pattern (even with the pay-attention-cables) with the yarn at SnB would be ok.

In the hours I was at SnB I made it through 10 rows. And it’s not good.
Evangeline Cowl
It’s all me, it’s no fault of the pattern or the yarn. I’m a lefty. When I knit cables, I know I need to hold the needle in back when instructed to hold in front and vice versa. Big Cables apparently are ok.

(Cable Close-Up)
Cable close-up
It’s the little cables in the middle that throw me. Some of these were one stitch on the cable needle / hold in front or back and purled. That’s where it’s not working. I suppose I could just do a little swatch and play with it. I should do that. I had started a sweater for Lorelai (Ziggy – ravelry link) back in June and stopped because the same thing happened. The cables were not looking right. There are too many cables I want to knit!!