I could blame my lack of knitting these past few weeks on the gorgeous spring weather in central Illinois, and the nice weather is part of it. Continue reading April Knitting?
This week I’m going to report out my WIPs from smallest to largest. My smallest project of the week? I’ve continued to work on my travel napkins–grey and yellow this week. I currently have a grey I-cord on the needles … Continue reading The Week in Knitting
Posting on what I was knitting last week was so much fun, I decided to do it again. This has been a week of knitting travel-napkins/serviettes. I am procrastinating writing up the pattern because it’s really challenging to describe how … Continue reading Knitting Update
A few weeks ago, I spent many hours on Stitchfiddle designing and then knitting up a double knitting “swatch” that will be part of a cowl. My first draft was orange and grey, though the grey looks a little tan … Continue reading Just Knittin’
Whenever trying on clothes with my mom or a friend, we’d call it a fashion show. It’s fun showing off new things once in a while. Today I asked a friend to come over to take some pictures for my … Continue reading Fashion Show
I am simply glad that every month, I sold some patterns. Continue reading 2016 Knitting Sales
I love requesting feedback. What better way to see how your work is received than by asking straight out? More often than not, though, if I’m not real specific with my questions or sometimes even when I am, I get … Continue reading Interpreting Feedback
I used to think that creativity meant starting with nothing and making it into something, like having a blank canvas and creating a beautiful painting or starting with nothing but a blob of clay and sculpting it into a masterpiece. … Continue reading Creativity = Putting Things Together
After finishing a ton of washcloths for my friend’s open house last week, I started knitting cowls. I needed a change and thought I’d see how my wavy checkerboard stitch pattern would look in cowl form (I currently use it … Continue reading Cute Cowls
I dislike almost everything I knit–at first. Eventually I come around and end up liking or even loving my projects. I’m not sure why it’s not love at last stitch. Maybe I need to just “get used to” the project. … Continue reading I call a “Do Over”!