I was so content to find that moment to knit "Bay". I rented a movie "Fracture" with Anthony Hopkins. I sat contently and continued to knit the second front panel. I was so pleased with myself, "I'm going so fast, I'll have this completed in no time, I will be wearing this so soon." I thought. The movie was so engrossing (I love a good thriller). Finally, I stopped to check the length of the front panel with the first panel to check for the start of shoulder decreasing and I noticed, only then, that I had misjudged the point of where the armhole decreases should start. Agh! I pulled and I stretched the panel, is there any way I can make this work without ripping, but NO! Agh! So I had to rip, rip, rip. It felt like I ripped the whole front. It broke my heart. It has put me off. I haven't been able to pick it up since. I know I'll pick it up at some point :-) Never mind, but I did enjoy the movie, and that lovely productive, yet content feeling of knitting and watching. Happy knitting to all!