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Knitting Checklist

09 Sep

I saw this at Bottle and Ball.

Black = Have done
Red = Would like to do
Gray = No thank you

  • Afghan (I started some Tetris-y squares when I first learned to knit, but finally abandoned the dream that I’d finish it someday. My whole style of knitting switched in there somewhere and the swatches really aren’t line-up-able.)
  • I-cord (used for straps on a shirt)
  • Garter stitch (the first thing everyone learns right?, sure I avoid it now, but has any knitter NOT knit garter?)
  • Knitting with metal wire (I can do prettier things with metal wire than knit it.)
  • Shawl
  • Stockinette stitch
  • Socks: top-down
  • Socks: toe-up (well, A sock anyway…)
  • Knitting with camel yarn (not vegan)
  • Mittens: Cuff-up
  • Mittens: Tip-down (made the other pair as a gift, but generally don’t have a need for them.)
  • Hat (I made tons of hats when I first learned to knit, and tons more since.)
  • Knitting with silk (not vegan)
  • Moebius band knitting (ok, technically I made it moebius after I knit it, so I’m interested in knitting it moebius in the first place.)
  • Participating in a KAL (neither often nor very successfully though)
  • Sweater (one of my favorites to do)
  • Drop stitch patterns
  • Knitting with recycled/secondhand yarn
  • Slip stitch patterns (Clapotis!)
  • Knitting with banana fiber yarn (very fun)
  • Domino knitting (not my style)
  • Twisted stitch patterns (I used to do twisted stitches as my regular knitting….Oops…)
  • Knitting with bamboo yarn (luxurious!)
  • Two end knitting 
  • Charity knitting
  • Knitting with soy yarn
  • Cardigan (my real favorite)
  • Toy/doll clothing
  • Knitting with circular needles (almost the only way I knit)
  • Baby items (just a blankie)
  • Knitting with your own handspun (yeah, not super interested in learning to spin…)
  • Slippers
  • Graffiti knitting
  • Continental knitting – the only way!
  • Designing knitted garments
  • Cable stitch patterns
  • Lace patterns
  • Publishing a knitting
    book

  • Scarf
  • Teaching a child to knit
  • American/English knitting
  • Knitting to make money
  • Buttonholes
  • Knitting with alpaca (not vegan)
  • Fair Isle knitting
  • Norwegian knitting  (Don’t know what this is)
  • Dying with plant colors (Not interested in dying at all…)
  • Knitting items for a wedding (too much pressure!)
  • Household items
  • Knitting socks (or other small tubular items) on two circulars
  • Olympic knitting
  • Knitting with someone else’s handspun yarn
  • Knitting with dpns
  • Holiday-related knitting
  • Teaching a male how to knit
  • Bobbles
  • Knitting for a living (Sorry, love my job better than knitting)
  • Knitting with cotton
  • Knitting smocking (Don’t know what this is)
  • Dying yarn
  • Steeks
  • Knitting art
  • Fulling/felting
  • Knitting with wool
  • Textured knitting (Don’t know what this is)
  • Kitchener BO
  • Purses/bags
  • Knitting with beads
  • Swatching
  • Long Tail CO
  • Entrelac
  • Knitting and purling backwards
  • Machine knitting
  • Knitting with self patterning/self striping/variegating yarn
  • Stuffed toys
  • Knitting with cashmere (not vegan)
  • Darning (would like to learn how to do this for real)
  • Jewelry (Hmm… but they’re not knitted, so maybe this should be red)
  • Knitting with synthetic yarn
  • Writing a pattern (“Pattern” might not be the right word…)
  • Gloves (They didn’t turn out so well…)
  • Intarsia (Um, hello, Drunken Argyle)
  • Knitting with linen
  • Knitting for preemies (I hope to not know any preemies, but maybe that could go into charity knitting at some point.)
  • Tubular CO (pretty much best CO evarrrrr)
  • Freeform knitting
  • Short rows (Heels…)
  • Cuffs/fingerless mitts/armwarmers
  • Pillows
  • Knitting a pattern from an online knitting magazine
  • Rug (I should take a picture, it’s more of a little mat.)
  • Knitting on a loom (seems like cheesy fun)
  • Thrummed knitting
  • Knitting a gift
  • Knitting for pets (Pets should not wear clothing!)
  • Shrug/bolero/poncho (Just finished a shrug, pictures soon.)
  • Knitting with dog/cat hair (Have you smelled a wet dog? Stinky!)
  • Hair accessories
  • Knitting in public
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Posted by on September 9, 2007 in quiz central

 

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