Thought everyone could use a chuckle! Note the hair styles.
Afraid to try short rows? There are several ways to do them and maybe this one will be the one that helps to get you to try them.
This is a handy chart showing the different shapes of shawls.
My mom, sister, and I at one time would all get the same gauge. We could pick up whatever knitting was there and it would work out o.k. Not so much any more.
There are lots of articles about the history of knitting and here’s another one.
The attention to detail is amazing. Would be fun to see in person.
Combining colors can be a challenge. Using a color wheel can help.
This is an easy VERY stretchy bind off. I have not tried it yet, but I think it would be good for binding of the toe up sock. I has a ridge like a I cord.
This can be used instead of the Kitchener stitch when you want to graft two pieces of fabric together. You can also do this with a straight piece of fabric folded in half. It has a decorative stitch on the outside and perfectly flat on the inside. Could be used to close the toe of a sock.