NaKniCroMo- Days 6-11:

Yes, I know. You don’t need to say it. Let’s jump right in, shall we?

Day 6: Any favorite books or designers?

Stitch ‘n’ Bitch will probably always be one of my favorite books because it was my very first knitting book. I love the Yarn Harlot because she’s so funny and so talented. I also love Franklin Habit, Nim Teasdale, and so many designers on Ravelry whose names escape me. You are all talented and brilliant.

 

Day 7- Show us your progress!

Almost to the halfway point. Cables so bright, you can see them from space

 

Day 8- Show us your crafting spot!

I have two. Home, and work. I didn’t include Knit Night because I don’t knit there as often as I do the other two places.

 

Day 9- When do you craft?

Mostly nights and weekends. Sometimes I can squeeze in an hour at work, but usually it’s at home

 

Day 10- What’s your crafting fuel?

Tea! Sometimes cocoa. Maybe water. But almost always tea.

 

Day 11- Listen to or do anything while crafting?

Bake Off!

 

And other documentaries and movies, of course. The occasional podcast.

 

Sometimes.

 

At work I listen to my iPod.

 

 

And now I’m all caught up. Ha!

NaKniCroMo- Day 3: How Did You Learn Your Craft?

“But Mom, I’m not on your knitting!”

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Friends, YouTube, the occasional book. But the first person to put needles in my hands and showed me the movements that would lead me to knitting nirvana was my friend Anita. Formally known as Anita Pita.

She was always there to help me along or fix any crisis, and she happily dragged me to several lovely local yarn stores and became my pusher