So I’m pretty sure I was knitting for so long I didn’t notice my arm fall asleep
which is confusing because my fingers/hands were obviously working fine
but I moved to stretch and BAM arm is asleep
I’ve learned so many things today! I learned the cable cast on, the i-cord bind off, the i-cord, and how to pick up stitches on the sides of rows. Everything in knitting is surprisingly easy once you learn it. xD Youtube is my friend forever.
Starting on my second panel now, trying to decide between knitting and doing something responsible.
(This is actually the wrong side I have displayed, but I sort of like the seam that the picking up created and I’m thinking about flipping it around…)
Thinking of knitting this hat next:
But I also really want to knit a bag. What to do, what to do.
Guess who finished a hat?!
The cabled parts feel a little tight, but I think it’ll loosen up after time.
There are also mysterious holes between my cabled areas that weren’t accounted for in the pattern but that aren’t very noticeable when worn.
I think I want to make another hat now.
Happy (extremely early) birthday, Err-bear~
okay so cabling is not the hardest thing in the world. cabling while turning at the same time is the hardest thing in the world.
Should work on homework. Look up knitting patterns instead.
i’m sexy and i know it
(in other news, this is my latest knitting project. it’s a present for one of my teachers. the photo doesn’t do the color much justice; it’s almost a “TARDIS blue”.)
started a new knitting project
watch out, productivity, you’re going down