How many would be interested in Knit Alongs for 2010

jdkcubed's picture
Yes, sounds great, maybe the motivation I need to finish some stuff I am interested
89% (76 votes)
No, no hate that kind of thing, too much pressure and i never finish, now leave me to my knitting
11% (9 votes)
Total votes: 85

Comments

stch's picture

It's very tempting to say

It's very tempting to say "yes" on this, but, taking into consideration that I'm a very very very slow knitter, I'm not certain if I'd be able to keep up with the KAL's pace. On the flip side, answering "no" as it is phrased would leave me with pangs of guilt! May I answer "yes" as a "maybe"?

jdkcubed's picture

Should have added maybe's. .

Should have added maybe's. . . slow knitting is fine. finish whenever. . I am currently finishing the Rib Warmer i started last year this time for a KAL and got sidetracked

JDM511's picture

I did EZ's Rib Warmer for my

I did EZ's Rib Warmer for my mom last year for Christmas. What a Fun and cool knit. It really made we feel comfortable with short rows.

Jim

Crafty Andy's picture

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog I

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog
I am in charge of a knitalong with the Barbara Walker Lear To knit Afghan and will get back to it soon. I have been working on some Tapestry Crochet Patterns for sale. A knit along sounds like fun, let's see if some guys and gals get into it.

jdkcubed's picture

basically i am thinking 1

basically i am thinking 1 KAL per quarter so four for the year. we'll start withe something small and simple and then in the third quarter maybe find something larger. . . .I would also maybe include a rug. . . .

MMario's picture

Having voted "Yes" I know

Having voted "Yes" I know that if I join a KAL it will be as a kibitzer - since I am RUNNING one myself during the first quarter of 2010.

albert's picture

I tried knitting a kibitzer

I tried knitting a kibitzer once, but kept getting lost in the pattern.

New York Built's picture

I just thought it was me!

I just thought it was me! Kibitzers can be so wordy, spiraling endlessly into nothingness...somehow never getting finished. Luckily, I can use my electronic pocket mensch to interrupt the cycle.

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