I’m not that monogamous. But only when it comes to books and knitting, my husband doesn’t have a thing to worry about.
Many knitters refer to themselves as being Monogamous–sticking to one project until its completion or
NOT Monogamous–having a variety of project on the needles at the same time.
I fall firmly in the second camp when it comes to this. Continue reading “One for the Road”
Although Fred and Ginger pull it off beautifully:
But my fellow knitters are aware that what I mean is Continental style knitting. I have always knit English style or “throwing” as it is called, in which the yarn is wrapped or “thrown” around the needle before pulling it through to the front. In Continental style the needle goes through and “picks” the yarn from the other side to bring it forward. It sounds like a small variation, but there is a decided difference in speed and form. Continue reading “Doing the Continental”