Why can't I EVER do a simple taking out of a cast on edge to add more rows? I started my first ever mittens on straights, I realized that I totally miscounted my cuff rows. So, after working mitten 2, I thought, "Easy peasy...I'll just take out mitten 1's cast on and add the missing rows."
Long story short, the item went from adding a lifeline to being frogged, to being shredded and in the garbage.
I am so unbelieveably po'd right now that I simply wish I never discoverd this craft. I can't get knots out of my yarn when they occur, I can't fix a simple problem, I get so angry I just shred the thing and toss it. I can just cry from the frustration. My house is a mess because I would rather goof off than do anything constructive. And then I try to do something "fun" like knit and I f it up and now I'm angry because I wasted my whole morning on something that is in the trash. Lovely, now if I EVER decide to make another mitten for the one I DIDN'T toss, I'll only look at it with loathing....
So, right now, yarn's days are numbered in my house