Knitting Queen!

#LearningProject

I defiantly feel like this knitting thing is working out for me. I really got the hang of it pretty quick. Its only been a few days and I feel that I have almost completed my scarf. At this rate I think I need to re-think what all I should make. Maybe a hat next…..

Here is a video of my knitting process!

Now that I am at the end of my scarf I think I might add a new color and finish off with some tassels. I have found this blog that has some easy to follow directions on how to do so. I’ll have to do some “tassel math” and figure out how long I would like them to be. apparently according to The Finishing Touch, tassels are usually 6 inches to 1 foot long. Good tip they mentioned is to keep in mind that you want to double the length you want and its better to go longer to be on the safe side. You can always cut off more if it is too long.

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7 thoughts on “Knitting Queen!

  1. Hanna, your knitting looks so good! I can see your doing the purl stitch, I plan to tackle that stitch next in my own knitting project! Any helpful videos you used to learn? I’d love to know!

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    1. Hey Erin, I am actually doing the knit stitch since I am going in from the bottom. But I have no idea why it ends up looking like a purl stitch… Knitting is confusing and hard! After reading your comment I went on a long search to see what the heck I was doing wrong and I can’t figure out why it looks like a purl stitch….. maybe record and post your knitting process for me, haha!
      Here is a super helpful website/video for stitches: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-the-knit-stitch-and-the-purl-stitch

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  2. Knitting is a skill I would have never thought of using for this project, but it is a good one. Many resources I have looked into in the past have said that knitting is a great task for staying sane. Because whenever you feel like you can’t make a difference, you can look at what you made and see that you can make a difference. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

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