We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every skein of yarn.
All knitting is perfect in its imperfections.
False starts don’t count.
It’s the journey, the making, which is as important as the end result.
When you give a garment you’ve knitted, you give away a piece of your heart.
Populate the knitting tree.
An interdependent web of knitted squares.
Every row is a new beginning.
When you run out of yarn, the blanket is finished.
The person adapts to the knitted garment. The garment doesn’t adapt to the wearer.
If your pattern calls for size 6 needles and you only have 8’s, oh well!
Don’t be afraid to pull it out, wind it up and start again.
There’s no mistake so bad that it can’t be remedied by an exclamation, a pause and a little ingenuity.
When in doubt, K2tog. Some more precise knitters might say "when in doubt, tear it out," we say bah, humbug to that!
Counting is always just an approximation.
Silence is golden - only when counting stitches (at least in our group).
Everything looks better with a little sparkly yarn and glitter.
A finished project is like being with the Three Musketeers - "one for all, and all for one".