Amanda Launchbury-Rainey wrote:...
I wonder if there are any other knitters out there in Permieland who would like to do a KAL, maybe for teatowels or dishcloths if fancy shawls or tops were thought to be too frivolous!
Happy knitting Inge.
Tereza Okava wrote:heya, i'm a knitter too, but i knit like I cook (improvisationally!) and I've been told that my knitting is "lefthanded Russian", whatever that means. I taught myself so I have nobody else to blame! I did teach myself to "knit correctly" and while now I can do it and get brioche stitch right (my weird knitting method made brioche impossible) I prefer my way, it's faster.
I do make a lot of things around the house, though, and am finally getting a pair of socks done (gloves, scarves, hats, okay. socks and sweaters, though, have been beyond me so far).
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi. I started. Here's a photo of the first 20 rows (there are 20 stitches now, 1 increased in each row).
Amanda Launchbury-Rainey wrote:...Going corner to corner but doing seed stich cos this cotton drapes better that way.