I can hardly believe that this is the last post of the week! This has been such a great experience and I want to thank everyone who visited me and especially to those of you who took the time to comment. I have found so many new blogs to follow and gotten to know some great new people, so I would certainly call this week a success!
and moving on....
I'm certainly a knitter, not a crocheter. I don't have anything against crochet, it's just that I've always struggled with learning it (year and a half later, still can't figure out the granny square). I definitely learn the best from other people, I learned to knit from my mother and I learned to spin from a teacher at Webs.
So, at this point crochet simply serves as a useful tool I use while steeking or as a part of a cast on or a cast off. However, after reading a great crochet series by Fig (figknits) a few weeks ago, my desire to learn has come back and learning to crochet is certainly on my list of things to do this summer.
Speaking of steeking, that is definitely an adventure I want to have again in the near future:
I do however, certainly struggle with balancing spinning and knitting, and always have project going for each. Lucky for me, spinning yields yarn to knit with!
I definitely have some of those days where I only have a short amount of free time and I really want to work on that sweater, but I also really want to spin some more of that fluffy merino! If only I had more hours in a day.
Speaking of spinning and knitting, I certainly have some catching up to do and some fun things to show you in the upcoming days!
This post is written for Day 7 of Knitting and Crocheting Blog Week 2012 hosted by Eskimimi. To find other posts like this one, check out the website or click here for a complete listing.