Please, please, stop clapping. I know I’m awesome. Kidding.
I have a new addiction. It’s quite expensive. It involves needles. Yep, you’ve guessed it: knitting. I learned on Friday and have been knitting up a storm ever since.
This is so out of character for me.
First up? A lovely pumpkin scarf for yours truly.
I’m getting so artsy on instagram. No?
My scarf will definitely have that “DIY” look about it since I’ve screwed up a few times. But what can you do? I’m a newbie.
After knitting for nearly two days straight, I’m almost done. Go me. I’m thinking this will be a snood. Mostly because I just love saying snood. Who doesn’t?
What did you all do this weekend?
omg…you’re teaching me. I’ve wanted to learn forever. I can’t believe you did this this weekend!! All I want to do is be one of those ladies knitting on the subway…life dream.
OMG. you must teach me too — knitting date w/ me and Shanele?? I’ve always wanted to knit. must be the grandma in me
You’re amazing. I used to know how to knit, but I stopped when it “wasn’t cool.” I wish I hadn’t been so young and impressionable.
I’m impressed. I tried knitting once and failed miserably. I blame it on my bitsy-sized hands (I legit have to buy children’s gloves to fit my hands properly).
who are you?
I am impressed, I have never been able to get the knitting down.
For a first DIY attempt its amazing 🙂
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PS – I also love saying Snood!
So impressed, you little crafter, you! Great job!!!
I leanred to knit from my British grandmother but i just checked a few books out to learn more stitches.