There’s a saying I’ve seen/heard quite often lately: “It’s a paid knitting pattern so I don’t want to share anything about it.” This is generally said from anything as large as entire charts to as small as individual structures about a pattern such as cast ons, motifs, techniques, and notes. In some cases, of course, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I don’t know how I did it, but Project Mohair is finished. I’m so relieved, so very, very relieved. It took a lot of non-stop knitting, a lot of focus, a lot of blood, sweat, and tears, and a lot of coffee, but it’s over. The night before it was due, I stayed up literally all night, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve always thought of myself as a process knitter, that is someone who enjoys the act of knitting for the knitting not necessarily the final product. Mind you, I enjoyed the product as well, but that wasn’t my motivation, or so I thought. If there’s one thing that Project Mohair has taught me, it’s that I’m definitely […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m not sure I’ve ever said this, but I don’t like coffee, like at all. I think it tastes like bitter smoke, or as WhatCulture once called it, “rancid brown sweat”. Very descriptive, that, though I don’t really think it tastes like sweat at all. The point is, I don’t like coffee. That hasn’t mattered this week, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.