Tag Archives: Knitting

We have the technology

This is exactly as far as I was the last time, when I decided that the gauge I was getting was too tight. It was decided for me, really, when I tried to pull the cuff over my hand and … Continue reading

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Very clover

When I ran out of variegated cotton yarn*, I was pleased to find that I had packed a few balls of solid cotton yarn as well, just in case.** My favorite dishcloth pattern for solid colors is the Clover Tweed … Continue reading

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KNIT ALL THE DISHCLOTHS!

I have two go-to dishcloth patterns right now. During the transition, I made sure I had a few balls of variegated cotton and a pair of US size 6’s in my knitting bag, and the link to Grandma’s Favorite Dishcloth. … Continue reading

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Too much red

This winter has been rough. The downside of packing up all your stuff for a couple of weeks is the inevitable realization that you’ve forgotten to leave out something important, and this time for me it was hand coverage. Oh, … Continue reading

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Day 30 – 30 Days of Knitting meme

What’s your name on Ravelry? If you don’t have a Ravelry account, why? Chennpug! Which you would know if you had clicked some of the links this month that I have been posting. I’m down with friending random people. Have … Continue reading

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Day 29 – 30 Days of Knitting meme

Do you have any tips, or things that you’ve learned from knitting? Knitting tips – the internet. There is so much information out there, including videos, and of course the smarties on Ravelry’s forums. Ask them. Use them. They can … Continue reading

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Day 28 – 30 Days of Knitting meme

Do you do any other crafts besides knitting? What are they, and did learning to knit come before or after learning these other crafts? Yes! Unless you count the counted cross-stitch I did in junior high for 4-H, then knitting … Continue reading

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