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New poll - What new technique are you dying to try?

We have a new poll at the bottom of the page - tell us which knitting technique you're going to tackle next!

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Comment by Launie on July 6, 2008 at 6:46am
I would like to knit socks on circulars also entrelac knitting and just a begining fair isle mitten pattern and possibly step by step knitting off a chart because I am use to written directions and find chart patterns a little bit scary for us older knitters who are wanting to try something new but........
Comment by Peggy Solomon on July 5, 2008 at 9:35am
Lace. I have been daunted by it always, but it is time to start.
Comment by knitnow on July 4, 2008 at 12:54pm
I would like to learn the kettle dying technique because I love how it looks.
Comment by Cherry Cassell on July 4, 2008 at 7:17am
I want to be able to knit two socks on one circular needle (magic loop). I have the book and have glanced through it (doesn't look too difficult) so I need to just sit down and really figure it out. I LOVE using magic loop for socks so it seems like a natural progression to do two socks at once.

I would also like to start the Pi shawl but I just can't wrap my mind around a circular shawl. Half of the shawl would be hidden when you're wearing it, right?

For those of you who want to learn continental -- you will be so glad you did. I no longer have a dread of purling rows or doing ribbing and fair isle is a breeze. Learning continental has really put new life in my knitting. Go for it!
Comment by donna on July 2, 2008 at 8:02pm
Lace and then more lace. Did I say lace. LOL
Comment by Moira on July 2, 2008 at 2:02pm
I have been wanted to play with Brioch Ribbing as well as more lace work.
Comment by Louise on July 2, 2008 at 1:35pm
I am attempting my first pair of toe-up socks using the magic loop method. I am also going to attempt to knit an entrelac scarf, a technique I have always found daunting.
Comment by KellesBelles on July 2, 2008 at 10:43am
My one attempt at intarsia has made me nervous to even think about fair isle, but I would really love to try it because there are some beautiful patterns out there for mittens and sweaters that I would love to make.

Oh, and I would love to finally work on learning how to be a continental knitter. It seems like some techniques would be a lot easier if I learn how, and it would help me be able to teach others to knit if I know both methods (because english might not be comfortable for everyone I know).
Comment by Janbie on July 2, 2008 at 9:24am
I haven't tried doing brioche stitch yet or double knitting. And I'm still working on steeks, but that won't be until fall when I work on my fair isle vest again!
Comment by wasntme187 on July 2, 2008 at 5:16am
I am working on lace and I'm pretty sure the lace is winning!

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