I was really excited to work with this fun red yarn. My camera trips out on the color for some reason, but in real life it's the perfect tomato red. I wanted to knit up a quick spring weight cowl in this fun honeycomb brioche stitch. I knew it was a pretty stretchy stitch and I would need less stitches than I thought, but I admit I rushed my swatch when determining the gauge. Never underestimate the importance of swatching! As a result I have a cowl that's about twice as long as I had intended. Thumbs down. It looks OK doubled up, but that is not what I was going for. So now I have the big decision: o I make do with something less that perfect, or do I tear it all out and start again to make it just right? It can be heart breaking to undo all that work, but I think I'd rather take a do-over and have something I really love. What would you do?