I forget sometimes how difficult some things are to some people. For instance, I find double-knitting very easy, double-knit lace especially. I look at it and see decreases and wrong side decreases and a simple but unique yarn over technique combined with double-knitting and I think “how easy is this”? Then I have to catch […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
It happens to the best of us. Sometimes we’re knitting a project and it just becomes so frustrating, so boring, or so difficult that we just want to rip out our hair, frog the project, and give up on knitting altogether. We tell ourselves that this is supposed to be relaxing, not frustrating, that no […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Let’s face it, we’ve all had problems with knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning, dyeing, or some other sort of craftsy thing like cooking or painting. The majority of my readers are probably fiber crafters, though, so I don’t know why I’m diverging so much from the fiber crafts. Also, can you tell this blog is very […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I thought I’d talk about a controversial topic today, controversial because of one particular pattern that’s gained a lot of momentum lately: the fish-lips kiss heel. Now first I’d like to say that I like this pattern, that I like that it’s helping out its creator so very much, that I like the story behind […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.