I'm looking for opinions on this scarf:
Right now, I'm sort of hating it. And I'm wondering if I should frog it (rip it out and start again) or slog it (um... by which I mean persevere and keep at it.)
So, here's the story:
A friend of mine from soccer requested a scarf. Her only request to style/colour was that she wanted something in the green/blue family and that for a striped scarf it wouldn't be bold stripes (like no white and bright green. She wanted subtle stripes).
So I thought of this style of scarf. I've seen a ton of really beautiful scarves made out of this pattern. I even have the right kind of yarn! And in the right colours for her request.
My problem? I don't like the way my stripes are turning out.
I have two of the balls on the right and only one of the ones on the left, so I was doing 4 rows of the greener one and two rows of the grey/blue. I thought I would, but I don't like the uneven stripes or colour combination. I'm worried that it will look even worse once I get to the bright blue.
So, my 4 or so loyal readers, what say you? Should I rip it out and start again only using the two same balls? I would still get the striped scarf out of it because I could start at different points of the variated-ness. Or should I keep going and hope for the best?
If I'm going to rip it out, I'd like to do it sooner rather than later. So, please, let me know what you think!