Marking Stitches — Knitting

Knitting Experiment Conclusion

Knitting Experiment Conclusion

As you may have read in previous posts, I have conducted a colorwork knitting experiment.  The experiment has not concluded.  And here are the results.

The Sock Journey Continues!

The Sock Journey Continues!

For whatever reason, knitting socks that were comfy for me have eluded me all these years.  Too long, too short, too loose, too tight, too bumpy on the soles of my feet (I am not a princess with much but with my feet I am!), I have experienced them all.  I cannot tell you how many single socks I have knit that don't have a partner or have been frogged.  

My Quick Summer Knitting Project

My Quick Summer Knitting Project

Sometimes in the warmer weather, I just need a little something to cover my shoulders, especially when I am in an air conditioned space.  I decided to remedy that this year with a little linen capelet.  It is light & drapey, perfect for what I am looking for.

Colorwork Tension Knitting Tip

Colorwork Tension Knitting Tip

During my many, many years of knitting, I have come across some tips and tricks that I thought might be helpful to you.  This first tip is about the tension on a colorwork project.  This has helped me immensely and saved me hours of ripping back and reknitting.  I hope it enriches your knitting journey!

Revisiting Reusing and Upcycling with Knitting

Revisiting Reusing and Upcycling with Knitting

It gave people a sense of accomplishment by completing a project that had a purpose and repurposed a discarded piece of clothing! 

Maybe I will revisit this idea but not with novelty yarn, maybe colorwork!!!!