Sorry if this was discussed before. Last night on TV was the movie "Never Been Kissed" with Drew Barrymore. During one of the scenes her boss (a guy) is knitting. I was shocked.
For those who are following my saga, I have decided to do socks. The person helping me has gotten me started with the top of the sock, but isn't available to help me for about 2 weeks.
I bought enough of this yarn in a shade called Waikari yarn to make a pullover for myself. It’s a lovely marled yarn in natural shades of white and dark brown.
I am interested in perfecting my technique. I have knit and pearl down well. What project could I do with these basic stitches?
I know that 'knotaproblem' just asked a similar question, but what people say for him might not be the same for me, so here it goes.
A couple of question from a novice knitter....
I have a pattern that calls for 4 balls of yarn. Is this the same as a skein? I thought things came in different amounts so you need to get the right amount by either weight (ounces) or yards.
Are there good and bad ball winders and swifts out there or are they pretty much equal?
Ok, so maybe I'm crazy, who cares. The only way to learn and get better is to challenge myself right?
I just thought I start the thread of the post-MSKR!
Thank you so much everyone for tolerating such a sickly Kenny (the way john says it)………