Category Archives: knitting classes

The Tale of the Missing Sock

I love the Yarn Harlot. I discovered her blog a few years ago and after only a few entries I found myself going through her archives to ensure that I had read them all. She informs, motivates and, above all, … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

The New Year is now upon us and, while I don’t really make annual resolutions or goals, I thought I’d try writing some down for a change. This past year I made a resolution to not add to my stash. … Continue reading

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Knitting Extraordinary Bonds

I was in the shop on Saturday teaching a Sock Class. Upstairs was the Learn to Knit Class. As the students came back down after class, I overheard some of their comments. A few were buying yarn to jump right … Continue reading

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Get into the Swing

I did the most fun thing this past Sunday. I took the Swing Knitting class at Lovelyarns. I love learning new techniques and this one is not only easy to pick up, but provided quick results. Regarding the Swing Knitting … Continue reading

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Why I Knit Socks

On the face of it, it seems ridiculous to knit socks. It takes a long time (anywhere from 10-40 hours). The yarn for one pair of socks costs way more than a single package of 6 socks from Walmart. You … Continue reading

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5 Tips on Learning New Techniques

I love to knit. I find it very relaxing. Added to that is the fun in watching the item “grow” in front of my eyes. Sometimes I like to do what I would call simple knitting. You know what I … Continue reading

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