One would say so. The other day I had a random thought, to keep me inspired with knitting. Well, knitting little hats that is… What if I visited Knitting Fool when ready, and whatever stitch was featured that day would be the one I use for the hat?
Good one I thought, as long as it is not lace stitch as the hat has to be functional. Never mind that I have a stitch dictionary that I could peruse at my leisure. Anyway, I settled Elizabeth. Did some housework then went online. With much anticipation I surfed my way to Knitting Fool… Wait for it… K2P2 was the stitch featured!
Who is the knitting fool? And the stitch featured today? Double mock ribbing…
p.s. photos are from knitting fool, I hope she does not mind as I did not ask permission.
I have been making and crafting as long as I can remember. My earliest memory of sewing is when I was 17 and my mother had bought me a treadle Singer sewing machine. A bright yellow skirt was the result.
Before that around the age of 5, I remember my mother handing me some bamboo knitting needles and yarn; then later a crochet needle with fabric made from sisal!
Since then I have sewn, knitted, and crocheted. My knitting and crochet avenues continue as hobbies; and I once featured on Brenda Dayne’s Cast On podcast. You can find my knitting & Crochet adventures on Ravelry and my knitting blog KnitPlosion.
My sewing avenue has led me down a different path. This has now consolidated into its business form as a result of my search for dresses that were ‘just so’ for my girls. Thus Little Threads was born. So here you have a sample of those ‘just so’ garments and accessories for your precious ones, from Little Threads.