You are much better than I. I would have told her if it needs to be longer, you knit it longer, or I would have made her send it back to me, and frog the cast off and started from there. When someone complains about what I knit for them, I ask for it back, and never make them anything else. Sorry DD was a pain when DGS loved his scarf.
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The Following User Says Thank You to msmelody For This Useful Post:
Hooray! You finished!!! It looks *great*, btw! LOL, I am working on a scarf right now that I am wondering if I will have enough yarn to finish the way it started-blue, red stripe, then blue middle (I am running low on this yarn! ) Then I have another red stripe and a little more blue...I'm sweatin' too.
It's for my Dson who is 7 and I am sure he will be kind enough to wear it regardless. Or else!
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I think you are a saint to put so much love and effort into a scarf for your grandson after already having made him one. I agree with msmelody about having DD send the original scarf back -- at least then someone else could use it. The scarf looks great and I'm sure your grandson will love it!
The Following User Says Thank You to Slim For This Useful Post:
Thanks for the comments everyone. This is one FO I will be glad to see go to it's home! I usually buy more yarn than is needed for a project, but I was raiding the stash for this scarf. Oh well, it's done now, thankfully!
I love to give homemade gifts... which one of my kids do you want?
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