Wednesday, November 3, 2010

For I am weary, and my Niebling has no chart.

I don't understand why tinking is slower than knitting...
*sigh*

6 comments:

Joansie said...

Hmm....wish I knew. See that little crinkly gob of yarn you have in your pic? After frogging, I would not be able to do anything else till I've knitted at least that glob of yarn. Can you?

Winterhart said...

Oh no. No chart? Brave woman!! (Which Niebling is it?)

beckyinvt said...

I've always admired Niebling stuff, but the lack of charts just scares me away!

Also, I've always insisted that tinking is slower then knitting because we have less practice at it. Sounds like a good reason, right?

Cookie said...

Oh no.

Want me to drop my copy of Lyra in the mail for you? It's charts only and rather simple to knit.

xo

Bullwinkle said...

Bwahahah! I'm with Joansie :)

Uhm. Yes, tinking is slower than knitting (which is slower than frogging.) It's cuz you tink "left-handed" and reverse the tension on the yarn.

When I learned to knit backwards, tinking became much faster.

Are you just now noticing that the Neibling has no chart?

Laurie said...

Yeesh. That looks like more than the usual blob.