Looks like you are a quick learner. What are you making?
Just found your blog...and have always wanted to learn to knit. Maybe it's a sign! Thanks for sharing your creation. I can't wait to see what you created!
Look at you go! I totally learned to "knit" with my knifty knitter 3 weeks ago, but I have never attempted it on my own! You go girl!
I was taught to knit a couple of years ago but didn't keep up with it! I don't even know if I remember how! I love the color of your yarn!
I want to learn to do it! Is it hard to teach yourself?
Reminds me of one of my favorite "poems" - I'm not sure of the title...My life is but a weaving between my God and meI shall not choose the colors He knows what they should beFor it's He that views that pattern upon the upper sideWhile I can see it only From this the under sideSometimes he weaveth sorrow Which seemeth strange to me But I shall trust his judgement and weave on faithfullyFor it's he that fill the shuttle He knows just what is best So I shall weave in earnest and leave with Him the restAt last when life is ended, With him I shall abide Then I shall view the pattern Upon the upper sideThen I will know the reason Why Pain, With Joy entwinedWas woven in the fabric of Life that God designed.I got it in a mailing from some group years ago and it has been taped to every fridge of mine since.
Please know I have prayed for you today. Jackie
a week- looks so good already! Love the colors.
How strange? I just arranged with my friends to start learning how to knit from my mom. She is 83 and can't do it so well anymore, but is excited to teach us!
I tried knitting when I was a teenager and would get so frustrated when I would skip a stitch and then there was this hole....hmmm. I may try it again - it looks so pretty. I have been crocheting like a fiend, even threatened to crochet hubby and kids some underwear! Glad to see you back - take care. Oh and love the poem Gina posted!! So true!!
Found you on Creative Blogs. Oh how I want to learn to knit. I have several dvds. I hope things look up for you. All my best.
Very sweet.Love the colors, too.
I spy lavender homespun! :)I made myself a shoulder wrap out of that.http://mollythepirate.blogspot.com/2009/01/in-bleak-midwinter-wrap-up-in-something.htmlYou look like you are making fantastic progress! I have been knitting a few years and it's only now that I'm getting brave enough to try different stitches, etc.It is quite therapeutic though, isn't it?
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