Tuesday, May 22, 2007

~In lieu of a "real" post...~

I've seen this on several knitting blogs I frequent, and it looked like fun to do!

~My Knitting Experience~


Bold and with an asterisksfor stuff you’ve done, italics for stuff you plan to do one day, and normal for stuff you’re not planning on doing. (I added an asterisks to my listed items because bolded text doesn't show up that well with my blog template.)

Afghan (someday...perhaps!)
I-cord
*Garter stitch
Knitting with metal wire (why?)
Shawl
*Stockinette stitch
*Socks: top-down
Socks: toe-up
Knitting with camel yarn
Mittens: Cuff-up
Mittens: Tip-down
*Hat
Knitting with silk
Moebius band knitting
*Participating in a KAL
Sweater (technically, I'm working on this one)
Drop stitch patterns
Knitting with recycled/secondhand yarn
*Slip stitch patterns
Knitting with bananafiber yarn
Domino knitting (=modular knitting)(Never heard of it!)
Twisted stitch patterns
*Knitting with bamboo yarn
Two end knitting
Charity knitting
Knitting with soy yarn
Cardigan
Toy/doll clothing
*Knitting with circular needles
Baby items (I have the yarn/pattern all set for a baby gift!)
Knitting with your own handspun yarn
Slippers
Graffiti knitting (knitting items on, or to be left on the street)
vContinental knitting (I have given it a try, and could do it if I had to.)
Designing knitted garments
*Cable stitch patterns (incl. Aran)
*Lace patterns

Publishing a knitting book
*Scarf
Teaching a child to knit
*American/English knitting (as opposed to continental) (My preferred method of knitting)
Knitting to make money
Button holes
Knitting with alpaca (I even have the yarn in my stash!)
Fair Isle knitting
Norwegian knitting
Dying with plant colours
Knitting items for a wedding
*Household items (dishcloths, washcloths, tea cosies…)
Knitting socks (or other small tubular items) on two circulars
Olympic knitting
Knitting with someone elses handspun yarn
Knitting with dpns
Holiday related knitting
Teaching a male how to knit (Kevin won't let me teach him! ;-) LOL!)
Bobbles
Knitting for a living (No way...are you kidding? Then knitting would move from relaxing fun to WORK!)
*Knitting with cotton
Knitting smocking
Dying yarn
Steeks
Knitting art
Knitting two socks (or other small tubular items) on two circulars simultaneously
Fulling/felting
*Knitting with wool
Textured knitting
*Kitchener BO
Purses/bags
Knitting with beads
*Swatching (Not my favorite thing to do!)
Long Tail CO
*Entrelac Knitting and purling backwards
Machine knitting
*Knitting with self-patterning/self-striping/variegating yarn
Stuffed toys
Knitting with cashmere
Darning
Jewelry
*Knitting with synthetic yarn
Writing a pattern
Gloves
Intarsia
Knitting with linen
*Knitting for preemies (I'd like to do more of this.)
Tubular CO
Freeform knitting
*Short rows
Cuffs/fingerless mitts/armwarmers
Pillows
*Knitting a pattern from an online knitting magazine
Rug
Knitting on a loom
Thrummed knitting
*Knitting a gift
Knitting for pets
Shrug/bolero/poncho
Knitting with dog/cat hair (EWWW GROSS!!!)
*Hair accessories (My very first knitting project was a pink headband!)
*Knitting in public

If you are a knitter, and participate, leave me a comment so I can read your list!

4 comments:

knit or knot said...

Thanks for sharing this. I think it is interesting to read other people's lists, so I decided to participate too.

Anonymous said...

So interesting! Actually, knitting with dog hair is a lot less gross than it sounds. A friend of mind spun a whole bunch of her (husky) dog's hair and it made a beautiful yarn with an almost angora quality to it. It apparently knits up beautifully into a very warm garment. Plus, you can wash it, and it won't smell like the dog!

Hannah said...

I loved reading your list! :) I did this on my knitting blog....

Sharon said...

I enjoyed your list and thought I'd post it on mine, too.