>For fun, I recorded how I knit on a wrong side row of the Lace Scarf I’ve been working on. This got me to thinking about a comment the Yarn Harlot made about how she is fascinated by watching other people knit. Wouldn’t you know it, a search on YouTube turned up lots of examples. Here is my video and a few of my favorites. Enjoy!
Sorry about the pause at the beginning. I was waiting for hubby to say “Go!”
This is a fascinating knitting style. Notice the crochet hook-like needles.
This is a long one – but the manner in which the right needle is held kept me mesmerized.
I was taught to knit Eastern European style but re-taught myself to knit from a book when I found following knitting directions difficult. Interweave had a great article on this style in the Spring 2004 issue – unfortunately, this is no longer online.
Love the technique. Love the nails.
This rhythmic flick is hypnotizing.
Bet she’s glad to get a moment to herself.
Great background music.
Silly. And makes me hungry for some reason….
Do you have a favorite?