My mother both horrifies and impresses her knitting group when she casually rips out her work when something goes wrong. She's very adept at fixing errors by tinkling back or other means, but she has no qualms about just frogging away (rip it, rip it) whenever necessary.
Maybe I'm finally taking after her a bit in that respect, because on Monday I didn't feel overwhelmed or unsettled in my decision to undo more than a dozen rows of colorwork in my latest WIP, Mittacles. When I first cast them on, I was planning on using the yarn I had leftover from Affection-ite, blue and turquoise. But as the rows went on, it didn't seem like there was enough contrast between the two colors:
So after a little contemplation and relatively little anxiety, I backtracked and now I'm a few rows into my second attempt, in which red has replaced the turquoise. I don't have a progress photo of it, but I'm already much happier with it, because the stitches pop. If I'm going to mess around with DPNs and two different yarns, I want you to be able to see it.
Do you feel traumatized when you have to frog your work, or do you take it in stride? Leave me a comment, then check out more WIP Wednesday posts at Tami's Amis.