For me, the hardest part about level one of the TKGA master knitter certification has been staying focused and motivated enough to finish it. This week, I spent a lot, and I mean a lot, of time, thinking about weaving in the ends of my swatches, or thinking about sitting down to flip through the stitch dictionaries, or thinking about doing something on my TKGA project. But in the end, I didn’t actually do anything. Instead, I finished these:
And then I cast on this:
(sorry about the crap photo)
I still hope to have my binder completed and sent to the guild by the end of this month, but I will really have to buckle down if I’m going to meet that goal. *sigh*
6 thoughts on “Master’s Monday 9”
your socks look awesome. :)
maybe you can knit me a pair of socks, I don’t have any socks from you, wtf?
All so gorgeous! Great yarns too!
Those socks are so cool!! I love them!
Nice socks! Interesting construction. So what’s the second picture of?
Oh duh. I just noticed the link.
I missed my “Masters Monday” post this week. I too was casting on (and knitting) socks instead. It’s not like I didn’t do anything though. Like you I did a fair bit of thinking about it. I even picked up the instructions and pondered things more than once.
I DID buy the yarn for the Level II vest though. So SOMEthing was accomplished. And finally today I’ve been swatching for some swatches. Yes, it’s a sad fact that in Level II you have to swatch to determine a solution for cable flare…and then knit the actual swatches.
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