Fresh off of a trip out for yarn... so I can ask my mom to knit doll sweaters using this cute pattern I bought from Turtlekeeper Designs. The pattern seems like it would be very easy to follow for anyone who can knit. Way back when I used to know how - I even knit mittens for an old boyfriend once, but that was in high school (ah! more than half my lifetime ago... yep, it's been a while). This winter I'm going to attempt a scarf for my reentry into the skill, but in the meantime, I'm leaving the "tricky" things - like sleeves - up to my much more knitting-adept mother : )
Do any of you have a link to a great tutorial or website that I could use to brush up on my knitting? Suggest away! I need some instruction that's easy and not at all intimidating to get my feet wet again!
Check out this week's Pile O' Fabric Stash Share! Wisteria was the tricky one for me. I have sooo many blues and a fair amount of purple, but it took some digging to find just this one that walked the wisteria line. Enjoy!
(l-r): Shuffle by Riley Blake, Quilter's Candy Basics by Connecting Threads, Sketch by Timeless Treasures, unknown
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