I finished my second garment last week and I really think I’m starting to get the hang of this knitting thing! That’s not to say it was without mistakes, though. I’m pretty sure I created the most massively horrible dropped stitch of all time (I haven’t done any research on this, but I’m confident it’d at least crack the top five).
In spite of that, I feel like I’m getting a lot better at spotting and correcting errors as I go. I’ve come a long way from when I was first learning to knit!
I decided to make Vizcaya, from booklet #332 Berroco Floret, after trying it on for our What to Knit video. I did a better job of documenting the process this time, so I thought it’d be fun to tell you about it in a video. Enjoy!
Want to share your own knitting/crochet adventures? Make a YouTube video about your latest finished object and send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the name of the project and the designer, where people can find the pattern (if there is one) and any interesting stories about the process…modifications, mistakes, etc. I’ll add it to our Adventures in Knitting playlist. It could also be featured it in a future Knitter’s Spotlight.