lesson learned: don’t try to do math when you’re sick

Because you’ll get to the toe, and you’ll be merrily kitchenering along, doing a fabulous job keeping tension even and the like, and you’ll get to the end and discover you have quite a few more stitches on one side than on the other.

Seems that when I decided to drop my final stitch count by another leaf (4 stitches), I forgot to subtract 4 from my total. And then I just moved what I thought was half, but I never counted the other half, and . . .

I’m all for fudging the end of a kitchener row, but I think this is going to be too wonky. And I’m not sure if I like the wider heel or if I should go back and redo that, too. Instead of worrying about this or even attempting more math, I think I’ll try to go to work today. Let’s see how that goes!

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