Your knitting adventure begins here
If you are dreaming of learning how to knit or simply looking for fresh inspiration, you’ve come to the right place. Learning to knit should be a fun and inspiring journey, and it absolutely can be. If you will let me guide you, I can help you avoid most of the pitfalls. Many new knitters experience frustration at their first attempts at knitting, and some even give up without finishing a single project. Often the problem is simply that they picked knitting needles and yarn which is ill-suited for a beginner, or they attempted a project intended for intermediate knitters. You have to learn to crawl before you can walk.
Learning a new skill takes time. You will have to be patient with yourself. You will make mistakes, but each mistake will teach you something new. Experienced knitters make mistakes too. It’s how you handle them that reveals your experience level as a knitter.
Once you no longer fear making mistakes, you are free to make them.
Knit with Henni is still a brand new blog, but I have already written enough articles to get you started on your first knitted project and make sure you finish it well. There’s a new post out about once a week. Take a look below to see examples of what you can read about, or browse using the menu.
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Have you experienced gaining extra stitches and does your knitting have weird holes? Have you tried to drop a stitch and ripped out all your hard work in utter panic? Not to worry, you are not alone. Learn how to recognize mistakes early, and to fix them with zero fuss. New post out about uneven edges.
In the category “On my needles” you will find the projects I am currently working on. I will detail my planning process, my adjustments to patterns, my mistakes, and the things I learn along the way. Maybe you can learn something from my process, or be inspired for your own projects.
Check out my idea and plan for a season scarf for the San Jose Sharks ice hockey team. Following my steps, you will be able to adjust the pattern to any sports team you are interested in. Make it your own.