I'm un-macramé-ing. I'm un-knotting. I'm undoing.
I started a friendship bracelet a few days ago.
I wore pants for the sole reason of having a nice anchor for the safety pin. (Many days I like donning a skirt because it's just like wearing a big blanket.)
For some reason, I ended up doing the chevron thing, which I needed a little refresher on.
And I thought I was going to have the most modern, color-blocked, awesome bracelet, but then I realized I had 24 pieces of thread. That might be ridiculous.
I halved my recipe and started up.
I always hated how the first rows are all gathered and ruffled, but loved how everything got very orderly and repititious after 5 or 6 rows.
That first inch and a half or so went well, then I got all un-ambidextrous and my knots went wonky. So, now, right now, I'm picking at these tiny knots with my safety pin so I can redo a couple rows and maybe finish this bad boy before the week is over.
Next time? Monochrome, 4 strand beginner level bracelet, yo.