And I am pretty bad at it. I made the two smaller ones for the kids and didn’t even realize that I was doing it wrong. I had space between each stitch and it just didn’t register that mine didn’t look like the ones in the book.
I then made several that got thrown out because I thought you could make it up as you go along. You can’t. It’s math-y.
Then I found a free program online to design patterns. Now I’m hooked. It’s the cheapest crafty hobby I’ve ever had and it’s pretty brainless once you get going.
I threw them in the frames really quickly and I need to press them and then re frame them but I was so happy when they were done. I love the reallysassyones but the fact is, though theymakemelaugh, I don’t want to see themon my wallsevery day. So I’m stuck with the sassy-ish ones for a while. Just till my kids grow up and move out.
Hopefully the house sells quickly so I can go back to making colossal messes. One and a half weeks to the open house!
*Yes, I know that knitting is portable. But I have this one huge project to finish that I have some sort of crazy person block on so I can’t start anything else until I finish the big unfinishable project and yes that makes sense if you aren’t really thinking at all.
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