I have a knit student who has a dog. Well, I have several knit students with dogs, but this particular student has a BAD dog. She (my knit student, not the dog) brought me this:
What do you do when faced with a yarn disaster?
This is the work of Sasha. Its not the first Sasha-made disaster I’ve been brought either. Since I have started working with Sasha’s owner, there has been an in-progress Baby Tree of Life that got chewed on , a handmade project bag that got chewed through, and a entrelac cowl that survived a brutal attack (but the circular knitting needle it was on did not). Sasha is a repeat offender.
Btw, Sasha has a daddy that does not allow her to get spanked for any of this which might explain the repeat offences. Her daddy is over 6 foot, ex-army, and a purple-heart recipient. Did you just roll your eyes? Exactly! Those war-heroes are always such soft-hearted pushovers aren’t they?
So my question to ya’ll is, what do you do when faced with a yarn disaster of this magnitude?
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I’m the “hour upon hour” and the “cussing” type. It took me a while but I turned that disaster into this:
Never Give up! Never Surrender!