Have pity for the non-knitters, non-crocheters, the non-interested. They have no idea how lame and boring we find them.
Five signs that you may be a HARD CORE knitter or crocheter.
Progress is being made on my Pie Are Square shawl. I’m knitting fast, reading the pattern book, and loosing agreements with my cat. Typical.
To knit and crochet in public, and enjoy yourself, requires the right project, the right stuff, and the right attitude. It might be a bit of a sassy attitude but I’m sure with my coaching and plenty of practice you can be a snarky in-public stitcher!
I knit and crochet almost non-stop and so I use a lot of yarn. All that yarn needs to be wound into cakes and I’m happy to do it. Making yarn cakes is the epitome of playing with yarn.
In which I propose a radical plan to convince the non-knitters and non-crocheters around us that what we do is challenging, extraordinary, and we all deserve mad respect.
On finishing a handknit shawl and learning life lessons from my spoiled house cat.
I am a thoroughly un-cool person who can occasionally trick people into thinking I am cool. I do that with my spinning wheel of course!
Too much going on. Can’t sleep. So why not get up an knit?
You can give yourself an early Christmas present this year and it won’t cost a dime. Here are classes for knitters and crocheters and all other kinds of crafters that you can take in the comfort of your own home for free.