I learned to knit as child sitting at my Grandma’s knees. We didn’t have yarn winders then, it was just a hank of yarn stretched over two little arms(mine). Those days still bring back wonderful memories. Years went by before I began knitting in earnest again. Marriage, kids, work, you name it, I never seem to have the time. Then came retirement and an old Vogue Knitting magazine. When I saw that lace top I was hooked. I knew how to do the basics, but that picture really peaked my creative juices. The next thing I knew I was knitting a Print O Wave by Yuni Jang.
From here I moved on the colorworks, then double-knitting, and writing tutorials from projects that just seemed to beggar the question-there’s got to be a better way to do this. That challenge is still going on today, and with me it probably will never end. It will definitely keep me out of trouble. Maybe!