Knitting supplies, knitting notions, world yarn domination toolkit… whatever you call your favorite knitting tools, we all love a good knitting notion. Although all you really need to knit is some string ( or grass depending on how desperate you are) and a stick of some sort.
I’m always a sucker for blog posts describing the day and routines they have. It helps me think of new ideas to incorporate into my life, and they’re just really fun to read! I thought I would show you what I do every day as a teen designer.
The day has finally come. You can feel the yarn on your hands, warm and light. You knit, furiously and expeditiously. Nothing can stop you now. Suddenly, your knitting comes to a prompt halt when you realize that you only have 6 meager inches of yarn left. You look down. Has the time really come?
Knitting is two-faced. While yes, it is technically two-faced- with one face usually being uglier than the other unless you perform a magic called a “reversible stitch pattern”, it’s also two-faced in the way it can both entirely take over your life, heal you, and make you feel considerably warmer while simultaneously boring people who have never tried it.