Rogue and the wonky stitch
I have reached the armholes and started knitting back and forth on the back of the sweater. I noticed a wonky stitch about 20 rows back, and for the next several rows tried to tell myself I could live with it - NOT. So I dropped back to it. It ended up being a dropped stitch somehow attached to its big loopy neighbor. You can see the wonky stitch at the bottom of that vertical drop.
(The camera was too tired to focus twice.) I don't know if it is visible in this blurry photo, but now I have a vertical row of tight stitches. The fix may be worse than the wonky stitch. I am going to continue on and close my eyes to it. I will pretend it is not there. I do not see it. *sigh*
Wasn't it Elizabeth Zimmerman who talked about how these kinds of things eventually even out with wear and washing? That is my hope, that with blocking and wearing it will even out a little more.
Okay, no more whining. Onward!