Well now that i am no longer really a newbie to thgis website, I am starting to learn what it has to offer.

Compared to what I have seen around here I am still a very amature knittier... Which is fine with me I will learn with time. I was the same with my artist drawing skills they did not happen right away either... I think being an artist has helped with my creativity in making my own patterns for dish clothes and wanting to try new things.

Well I guess this is all for know. I will write more in days to come. When I can actually find time to between working and home life.




Chris Vandenburg's picture


Keep in mind that everyone at any given time along this journey in knitting is a "beginner".  It is what interests us, what is important to us, what our location is and who we knit for that has bearing on what we knit.  We all have areas that are grey to us, and we all strive to learn more.

Find somthing you wish to do, not enough to throw you into complete hysteria, but something a bit challenging and go for it.  You are 25??? and live in Canada.... YOU NEED KNITS!  Pick something out, go to youre LYS (local yarn store) and look totally frustrated!   Those gals sitting around will be dieing to help you accomplish your goal.

"If a man has cream at home in the refrigerator he won't go out looking for 2% butterfat"
............Erma Bombeck