For the record, I did make it to the capitol on Saturday for World Wide Knit In Public Day. However, I got there late and things were winding down when I got there.
I did do some work on Kiri. The above picture is where I was when I left. The picture below is what I had when I arrived.
Basically, I frogged to my lifeline, knit two rows and realized there was still a mistake.
I did get to see Lynn in her roped shell. She substituted linen for silk, making it a good pick for summer.
I also had a refreshing snowcone made with margarita mix.
Once I determined I still had a mistake in Kiri, I decided it was time to head to the Gauge for the after party.
At Gauge I got one of the cool new shirts and had some of the matching cupcakes. (Laura is modeling both.)
Lynn helped me with Kiri, where we determined that that mistake occurred somewhere before the lifeline.
Since she has more lace experience than I do, I asked Lynn what she would do (WWLD) and she said she would use more stitch markers.
Considering I didn't have a time machine, we decided it was time to frog. Lynn helped me take another one of those 15 second videos.
In case you can't tell, the yarn breaks at the very beginning of the video. You can't see my face, but it's almost as if you can see the depair in my hands.
I decided Kiri needed to go into time out. That's when I started the Emergency Back Up Scarf.
When I got home, I decided I needed something easy, quick and knit with yummy yarn.
I used my Noro Silk Garden Chunky that I got at Wildfiber and cast on a chunky Noro Striped Scarf.
I haven't given up on Kiri, but I'm giving it some time to sit and think before I take it out of time out.