Though I've been trying to get ahead on some of my projects, it seems like there's a few that have actually gone backwards the last few days.
The sample gloves I'm knitting hit a bit of a snag when I went to do my decreases after the three inches of ribbing on size 3 (3.25 mm, for the metric) needles, and discovered that I already had the right number of stitches on the needles. Or rather, the very, very wrong number. I'd somehow skipped ahead in the pattern and cast on the number of stitches I was supposed to have *after* my decreases. So, that all got ripped out and will be started over if I have time tomorrow. I'm just glad I didn't do the same thing on the other glove.
The other setback has been the sock pattern I'm working on. Everything was going great, and the sample sock fit me just nicely. Then I did the math, took a few measurements to double-check my estimates for sizing, and realized that there's a reason I can wear those awesome pointy stiletto boots...and, possibly, why I seem to fall over a lot. My feet were at least an inch and a half smaller around than anyone else's, but I'd been using my foot measurement as the large end of the womens' sizing. Math has been adjusted, knitting has been frogged, yarn has been rewound, and the sock-knitting shall begin anew.