Please choose the correct answer. The scarf wearer is smiling ...
- nervously - wondering if she will fall off the child step stool while attempting to take this photograph in the bathroom mirror
- proudly - wearing her first knitted accessory
- uneasily - wondering if anyone will pick that the knitting is a cheat
I finished this cosy scarf in the wee small hours of Sunday morning and have been wearing it since. While I'm very pleased with the end product, I can't help but have mixed feelings about its creation. You see, I used a circular knitting loom.
Loom knitting is so quick and easy. The stitches are all regular. Tension remains even. You start and finish a row with the same number of stitches. And dropped stitches are a rarity. Its brilliant.
But what do the people who use two clicketty-clack needles make of loom knitting? Is it a bit of smoke and mirrors trickery? A knitting sham? Is it the same as mixing ½ cup of oil and two eggs into a store-bought packet mix and saying that you like to bake cakes?
Well, while I ponder all this, I'm off to do a bit more counterfeit casting-on ...