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16 December 2011

Knitting Meme (it's all about me me me!) (and my knitting)

Bold the ones you have done/used.

Techniques:
Bind off, any extra stretchy one
Bind off, I-cord
Bind off, sewn
Bind off, tubular
Bobbles
Buttonholes

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Cables
Cast on, any extra stretchy one
Cast on, backwards loop
Cast on, long tail
Cast on, provisional
Cast on, tubular
Colorwork, intarsia
Colorwork, slipped stitch
Colorwork, stranded
Darning
Double knitting, reversible
Double knitting, tube
Drop stitch

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Entrelac

Fair Isle
Felted (accidentally)
Felted (on purpose! yay!)

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Garter stitch
Graffiti knitting, aka knit tagging
I-cord
Kitchenered a sock
Kitchenered something larger than a sock
Knitted a sock using two circular needles

Knitted and purled backwards
Knitted Continental style, aka picking
Knitted English style, aka throwing

Knitted two socks on two circs simultaneously

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Knitted with beads (and wire)
Lace
Magic loop

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Short rows
Smocking
Steek
Stockinette
Swatched

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Thrummed knitting

Twisted stitch

Knitted with any of these fibers:
Alpaca
Bamboo
Banana
Buffalo
Camel
Cashmere
Corn
Cotton
Hemp
Linen
Milk
Quivit
Silk
Soy
Synthetic (acrylic, nylon, etc.)
Wool

Projects:
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Afghan (more like a lap blanket... it's my meme and I'll meme what I want to!)

StB copy

Alice Starmore pattern, any (St. Brigid, above)
Armwarmers

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Baby items
Gloves

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Hat
Holiday-related knitting
Household items (dishcloths, washcloths, tea cosies, etc.)
Knitted a gift
Knitted for a pet, garment
Knitted for a pet, toy
Knitted item for a bride
Mitts, fingerless
Mittens, cuff-up
Mittens, tip-down
Moebius band (on purpose!)
Purse or bag
Scarf

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Shawl
Shrug/bolero
Slippers
Socks, toe-up
Socks, top-down

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Stuffed toys

Sweater, cardigan
Sweater, pullover
Sweater, top-down
Toy/doll clothing

Designed:
Dress
Hat
Lace garment
Mitts
Published a knitting book
Scarf
Skirt
Socks
Stitch pattern
Sweater, cardigan
Sweater, pullover
Sweater, top-down

Other:
Dyed yarn or fiber
Knitted for charity
Knitted in public
Learned a new technique on YouTube

Participated in a KAL
Spun your own yarn
Taught a child to knit
Taught a male to knit
Wrote a knitting blog

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It was fun to trip through the archives for some of these images. Wow. I've been blogging and knitting and blogging about knitting for a long, long time.

From a meme found on kmkat and her needles, adapted from a meme on CanaryKnits.

Comments

oh, i more than envy your knits! your St Brigid is one of the reasons i learned to knit way back when and i still cannot imagine myself being able to make one.

I don't know if I could remember enough to answer all those questions! You've knit some amazing things over the years, Vicki.

Well you've done a couple of things I haven't and vice versa - I've never done one of AS's designs, but your St. Brigid catches my eye every time I come to your blog :^)

What an impressive list! I love the shawl...

I love seeing your beautiful knits! And seeing how many techniques, patterns and "other" things you've accomplished over the years of blogging. I had to count on my fingers how many years ago 2004 was! Can yo believe we've been here that long?! And look at all you have to show for it!

I remember many of those! I've loved reading your blog and being inspired. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

I love how you illustrated your accomplishments, and I remember some of those photos and objets d'knit. Thanks for participating!

Nice meme! I might try that one as well :)

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