A provisional cast-on is a cast-on that you take out later. It preserves your stitches as “live stitches” – loops ready to be placed on a needle and knitted at any time. The Crochet Provisional Cast-On is easy to do and as easy to remove when the time comes.
I’ll be interviewed on BlogTalkRadio from 7:00 – 7:20pm EST tomorrow. I met Bonnie, the host of Read My Lips, in New York last month. We’re going to be talking all about knitting – why it’s great, what it can do for your life, and how to get started. –> Update — Listen to the …
As I prepare for my first knitting-related interview, to be broadcast on TheLastYearOfYourLife.com, I’m realizing that there is a cool story behind KnitFreedom, and I wanted to share it with my lovely readers. I really believe in this business and as I try to succeed at teaching people to become Knitting Superstars over the Internet, it helps to remember why I started.
Having my hands occupied on an easy knitting project really helps me enjoy and appreciate things that move slowly, like the Colorado scenery.