OK. I'm getting much better at this knitting thing and I'm getting pickier about leaving mistakes behind. This being the case, I've gotten pretty good at knitting backwards (or TINKing, as I've heard it called). Unfortunately, the stitches occasionally get twisted in doing so.
I've learned that I can fix a twisted knit stitch by knitting into the back of the stitch, but when a purl stitch is twisted, the only thing I know to do to fix it is to slip the stitch and slip it back untwisted. This is fine when there's only a few stitches, but is a real pain when there's a whole row of twisted stitches to fix. Is there a similar technique to fix a twisted purl stitch in one fell swoop?
A few of us guys around here namely, Warren, Luke, Gabriel and myself have decided to do a Clog-Along using Fiber Trends AC-33x pattern. They're fast, easy and make a great gift for yourself or someone in that oh so up and comming Christmas season.
The plan is to start Monday June 17, and keep everyone abreast of our progress, problems and frustrations. We'll keep the cussing for our PM's. This is neither a contest nor a race merely a good ol' cyberspace knit-along.
So join us if you are interested. We would love to have as many guys who want to knit these up to be involved.
I'm going to start a group in the Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. There are many ideas under consideration, but I thought I'd ask for some feedback. Could you go to my blog and complete the poll? Thanks.
a blue square from Virginia, a contribution to the river.
I got a MWK button badge, woo hoo!
I've attatched a picture of the first blue square to arrive from the MWK team. Thanks to John in San Francisco for this one.
Thanks also to everyone there who has embraced the Knit A River project, we're really excited and encouraged by your efforts....
can anyone help with a pattern for a 3D spider?
I've started to make one and it's going well but it would be great to have a pattern to compare it to.
Do any of you guys have girl knitter friends who would be interested in joining the sister site Women Who Knit?
I was telling a lady at work who is an avid crocheter about my woes of frogging my current project 4 (or is it 5 now) times. She said that the term frogging came about because your "ripit ripit". Thought that was cute but she also said that she thought kniiters used the term "TINKing" which is knit backwards! Most of you long time knitters probably already knew that but I had never heard it.