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Day 143 - Learning to Knit (An Experience)

Hello Yearlings!

So despite my great love of crochet, and the overabundance of yarn based goods in my house, I have never actually tried my hand at knitting before. 457 more words

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Knitting Expat Podcast - Episode 8 - My Knitting Firsts - Shownotes ...

Hello everyone … welcome to the eighth episode of the Knitting Expat Podcast … I’m hoping for this to be a way for me to get more involved with the online knitting community … so please do get in touch … I’d love to hear from you … so far I’ve been loving the interaction with other knitters from around the world that this new avenue has opened up to me … come join the fun … 513 more words


How does a knitter begin? False starts and true beginnings.

This post is my interpretation of the theme for week two of the A Playful Day Love Your Blog Challenge, which is “Beginnings”.  You can find out more about the challenge… 691 more words

A Stitch In Time Saves Nine

A stitch in time saves nine: A timely effort will prevent more work later.

Time is something that I do not have a lot of lately. 569 more words

Woolly Workshop at Ginger Twist Studio

A few weeks ago I had a couple of sessions learning to knit at the lovely Ginger Twist Studios in Edinburgh. I have tried to learn to knit a few times before, my mum has shown me the basics previously but she doesn’t like knitting and I have real issues with tension. 426 more words

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A Sweater For Me - A Knitting Bucket List Post

I rarely knit for myself. Why is that?  Every single project I have made for me has ended up in a box, in my closet, where the bad knitting projects go. 511 more words


Bottom Bitch: Learning to Cast On (Part II)

After your slip knot is in place, it’s time to start casting on the rest of your stitches.  You can practice by casting on 10 stitches to create a swatch, or if you are following a pattern, you can cast on however many stitches the project instructs. 294 more words

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