Friday, September 21, 2007
Have you ever had a little bit (or a whole lot) of anxiety about some part of your knitting process?
You know you start on a garment and just can't finish it for some reason?
I am notorious for knitting up 95% of something and then just letting it SIT there :op
Another Knitter Anxiety (KA) episode I have is picking up stitches on a garment....on socks and booties I am all good...but on an actual garment I just freak out for some reason!
Or how about we all have prolonged the inevitable seaming process of a garment......sigh
Lets not even go there about setting in sleeves!! I begin to start gasping for air! Haha!
And socks...love them to death, have a fetish over those cute things, and even have a nice little sock yarn stashette going on over here....but my KA kicks in on wanting to make a "good" pair....I so want too!
Those are pretty much my biggest ones right now! LOL
What are your KAs?? Come on! Don't leave me out here on a limb!! :o)
I know over time and with more experience working on a technique it will just come and my KA will decrease.
I also can definitely say "I am not where I used to be, but so not where I could be!"
I read this on the back of the Mason Dixon Knitting book yesterday and it is now one of my many favorite knitting creeds!