After my disastrous first attempt at knitting, I was determined to give it another try before labeling myself a complete failure. This is partly because I am extremely stubborn and partly because I've already decided to give everyone person I know a scarf for Christmas (family and friends who just read that, please ignore or act surprised)
Now in order to keep up with my production schedule I needed to pick up the pace so on Saturday I met up with two lovely ladies (thanks girls!) for our first stitch 'n' bitch session. It was great, we got to gossip, vent and eat all while I slowly learned how to knit - again. The key I found was using large needles and chunky yarn (read: less work, more forgiving) and off I went. Now I do admit the process has been slow and although I've ripped apart rows in frustration, my confidence has been restored and I am determined to complete at least one scarf before Christmas...guess everyone will just have to share!
Practise makes perfect. Looks pretty good to me.
it's good that you didn't give up! I also want to learn how to knit and I know I will be stubborn too! keep up the good work and by xmas you'll be having homemade scarf giveaways on your blog! ;)
This sounds like good fun to me, in my experience you need friends for knitting! I think I got through one and three quarters of scarves before I lost momentum. Have fun with it!
Can't wait for the next 'Stitch N Bitch' session! Practise makes perfect afterall ;)
i heart that middle photo.
Keep at it lady! That wool is all lovely. Bring on the scarves!
ps. awesome news about the magazine opportunity too. Check you out seizing all these challenges. xx
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