I don't know why it seems to always take me two or three runs at a project to really get it off the ground. I am starting a cable vest from "Men Who Knit and the Dogs Who Love Them" (I think thats the title.) and aside from a few mistakes in the original pattern that luckily were spotted and corrected following the author's website list of errata, and aside from the fact that the cable charts are so tiny for my aging eyes that I suspect a hawk would need spectacles; after 20 or so rows I think I might just have the pattern enough in my brain to be able to proceed without mistakes. However I know the mistakes already made so, despite my great desire to ignore them and proceed ("Surely no one will notice". Yeah, right, but I will and will have to compusively point them out to anyone who admires the finished project) its rip out and start over time. So, time to screw my courage to the sticking point, be ruthless, and pull!