Knitting on the go has been a struggle for me- until now! After years of dropping stitches, being left stranded without my knitting, and resorting to odd measures to get my knitting fix, I desperately hope I have figured out how to efficiently and safely knit on the go!
For knitters, Christmas is the day where people need our handknits most. For comfort, for warmth, for…”hygge”… winter is the perfect time for a holiday where knitters can bestow gifts upon loved ones. Family time is rejuvenating… Christmas is my favorite holiday.
I’ve got to get back to knitting and baking some vegan Christmas breakfast treats. I hope you have a fun, relaxing, and knitterly Christmas.
I recently went to a handmade “garage sale” of sorts, where the makers of a local handmade shop in Roxbury were selling old supplies and books. I saw three large skeins of labeled purple yarn and had to snatch it up!
Sweater knitting can be a very fickle thing. Even when you do everything perfectly, per-say- you get gauge, knit a giant swatch, get a perfect pattern- you still might end up with a sweater in both the size for and fashion for, well, an elephant. Or a mouse.