Provide us with another progress report since post #5. My in-depth project is going smoothly again. I am working on it a lot every evening with a cup of tea. One thing I started doing is putting on some relaxing music while I knit, and right after I go to sleep. I find that knitting helps me relax and stay present in the moment. I … Continue reading in-depth Post #6 Finishing off the hat
The past few weeks have definitely been the hardest part of this project and I have been encountering a lot more problems than before. I started knitting my watch cap and made lots of progress until I skipped a stitch, so I had to redo the entire project. Not having in-person meetings has definitely put a toll on learning new skills. At one of our … Continue reading In-depth Post #5 Working on the Project
My In-Depth project is going quite well. I recently finished my gauge swatch for the project that I will be doing. Kellen and I are doing the “Classic World War II Watch Cap by Helen Waittes.” We found this pattern on Ravelry, which is an online knitting community/ website that Tamara showed us. On this website, we can record our progress and have free access … Continue reading Indepth Post #4 FIRST PROJECT!!!
Progress Report: During my last meeting, I showed Tamara my 20*20 diagonal washcloth. She looked at it and noticed that it was a little bit crooked. It turns out that I forgot to add a stitch on my most middle row! However, she said it looked good and just a little bit more attention would make it even better. Also, during this meeting, I learned … Continue reading Indepth Post #3 Knitting in the Round???
Progress Report: I have learned so much over the past three weeks and I am gaining a level of passion that I have never experienced before. I spend all of my free time knitting, watching knitting videos, and researching knitting. I truly am enjoying this whole process. The first skill that I learned was the cast on. This skill allowed me to start my knitting. … Continue reading Knitting Indepth Post #2
Background Information My in-depth Project for 2020 is knitting. I will be learning a variety of different stitches and learn the uses of different materials. I will be doing this project along with Kellen, as we have the same mentor (Tamara Grand). I am excited to pursue this project and hope that I learn a lot from this experience. I hope to finish around three … Continue reading In-depth Blog Post 1 “I’m Knitting”
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