I knit, therefore I am

I don’t know what I am, but I’ve been knitting.

Gave up on the other yarn (for now) and went for something a little easier.  I might have a finished scarf by next winter month.

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6 thoughts on “I knit, therefore I am

  1. *****I don’t know what I am, but I’ve been knitting.*****

    You’re very clever, that’s what you are! That looks absolutely excellent. But I wonder why the first project every new knitter undertakes is a scarf? Sure, they are easy, but they are tediously long and boring. I started a scarf for Sara when she began Year 7 and finished it 2 years after she finished Year 12.

    Have you had a go at purl yet? I can see you are only using the knit stitch on your scarf, but wondered if you’d tried purl just for fun. Good for you learning to knit the Continental way, which I believe is much faster.

  2. Tracey, they knit in an entirely different fashion to us, and they think our method of knitting is hilarious. It’s to do with the way they hold the needles and take the stitches from one needle to the other. From memory, it’s sort of back-to-front from the way we do it, which should suit Tanya well, being left-handed.

  3. Uh-huh. Well, I gave you a chance, but you’re definitely kicked out of the club now. That looks awesome! And I love the yarn. You, my dear, are a knitter. Sorry.

  4. Oh I love that yarn! I once knitted myself a cardigan in some very similar, & wore it totally to shreds!
    Hmmm I would like to find out about Conitinental knitting?

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