I am really so close to finishing this project – I can almost smell it!!! And yet the closer I get to the end the slower it seems to get. My main problem being (yet again!) that I am desperately close to running out of yarn. I have already pulled back one pattern repeat on the body to save a bit there and on Day 70 I completed most of the raglan armhole shaping. This was quite complex trying to remember the pattern repeat and work in the decreases in the correct place at the same time.
In theory I still have a couple more decrease rows to go but I’m getting worried that the yarn left won’t cover that as well as the 7 rows of rib for the neckline. Here is all the yarn I have left? So do I now go straight into the rib and hope it’s enough – or try 2 more rows to decrease the stitches and then see what I have left?
The final option is to order one for skein of yarn so that I comfortable have enough and I can relax a bit about this. But that would be an extra £9, a time delay and the possibility that the shade difference will look odd.
What should I do next???