Thursday, May 17, 2007

Knitting Meme

OK, I guess I will succumb to the latest Meme going around (carefully alphabetized by CatBookMom), simply because there is no other interesting content for today.

Mark the items Bold for stuff you’ve done, italics for stuff you plan to do one day, and normal for stuff you’re not planning on doing.
  1. Afghan/Blanket (baby)
  2. American/English knitting (as opposed to continental)
  3. Baby items
  4. Bobbles
  5. Button holes
  6. Cable stitch patterns (incl. Aran)
  7. Cardigan
  8. Charity knitting
  9. Continental knitting
  10. Cuffs/fingerless mitts/arm warmers
  11. Darning
  12. Designing knitted garments - doesn't include minor/major modifications
  13. Domino knitting (modular knitting)
  14. Drop stitch patterns (doing one right now!)
  15. Dyeing with plant colors
  16. Dyeing yarn
  17. Entrelac
  18. Fair Isle knitting
  19. Freeform knitting
  20. Fulling/felting
  21. Garter stitch
  22. Gloves
  23. Graffiti knitting (knitting items on, or to be left on the street)
  24. Hair accessories
  25. Hat
  26. Holiday related knitting
  27. Household items (dishcloths, washcloths, tea cozies…)
  28. I-cord
  29. Intarsia
  30. Jewelry
  31. Kitchener BO
  32. Knitting a gift
  33. Knitting a pattern from an online knitting magazine
  34. Knitting and purling backwards
  35. Knitting art
  36. Knitting for a living
  37. Knitting for pets
  38. Knitting for preemies
  39. Knitting in public
  40. Knitting items for a wedding
  41. Knitting on a loom (see note below*)
  42. Knitting smocking
  43. Knitting socks (or other small tubular items) on two circulars
  44. Knitting to make money
  45. Knitting with alpaca
  46. Knitting with bamboo yarn
  47. Knitting with banana fiber yarn
  48. Knitting with beads
  49. Knitting with camel yarn
  50. Knitting with cashmere
  51. Knitting with circular needles
  52. Knitting with cotton
  53. Knitting with dog/cat hair
  54. Knitting with DPNs
  55. Knitting with linen
  56. Knitting with metal wire
  57. Knitting with recycled/secondhand yarn
  58. Knitting with self-patterning/self-striping/variegating yarn
  59. Knitting with silk
  60. Knitting with someone else’s handspun yarn
  61. Knitting with soy yarn
  62. Knitting with synthetic yarn
  63. Knitting with wool
  64. Knitting with your own handspun yarn
  65. Lace patterns
  66. Long Tail CO
  67. Machine knitting
  68. Mittens: Cuff-up
  69. Mittens: Tip-down
  70. Moebius band knitting
  71. Norwegian knitting
  72. Olympic knitting
  73. Participating in a KAL
  74. Pillows
  75. Publishing a knitting book
  76. Purses/bags
  77. Rug
  78. Scarf
  79. Shawl
  80. Short rows
  81. Shrug/bolero/poncho
  82. Slip stitch patterns
  83. Slippers
  84. Socks: toe-up
  85. Socks: top-down
  86. Steeks
  87. Stockinette stitch
  88. Stuffed toys
  89. Swatching
  90. Sweater (I'm assuming full-grown adult versus baby sweater on this one)
  91. Teaching a child to knit
  92. Teaching a woman to knit
  93. Teaching a male how to knit
  94. Textured knitting
  95. Thrummed knitting
  96. Toy/doll clothing
  97. Tubular CO
  98. Twisted stitch patterns
  99. Two end knitting - Tvåändsstickning
  100. Writing a pattern
*Knitting on a loom: There are two ways to go about this as I'm aware of. The first is using one of those currently trendy devices like the Knifty Knitter or a peg loom (I have a set of KK's that I bought on a whim). The other way is to knit on an actual weaving loom. Years ago, I picked up a 44-page booklet entitled "Knitting on the Loom" by Birgit Olson Barron (1988). I've been planning to set up a warp and try it out this summer. It is a method that incorporates knitted stitches within the woven cloth. Any loom that can be set up for a 50/50 plain weave structure can be used—rigid heddle on up. The loom is warped, and away you go.

Yes, I certainly do intend to one day be:
  • designing knitted garments
  • knitting for a living
  • publishing a knitting book
  • writing a pattern
I don't know how, but I know that I want to. It's possible. Difficult, I imagine, but possible. If others have done it before, then it's possible. Others have done it... why NOT me?

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1 Comments:

At 11:07 PM, May 17, 2007, Anonymous Stick said...

I copied this meme and will post in a day or so.... but for now, you are TAGGED. Sorry. Go see my blog.

 

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