All-knitter – knitting all night
Body Bag – Where UFOs are stored.
CAL – Crochet-A-Long
CIP – Crochet in public
Darn Overs – (or DOs) the forgotten yo
DS – Destash.
FO – Finished Object
Frog – Ripping out your stitches when you’ve made a mistake “rip it, rip it”.
FSOT – for sale or trade
Hiberknitting – Retreating into your own world of knitting.
HOTN – Hot off the needles
ISO – In Search Of
KAL – Knit-A-Long
KIP – Knit in Public
Knit Trauma – lots of UFOs but still buying more yarn, patterns etc.
Knitflixing – knitting while binge watching
Knitpicking – weaving in the end.
Knitty Litter – Crochet and knitting debris left around the house.
KUI – Knitting under the influence
OKD – Obsessive Knitting Disorder
OTN – On the Needles
PHD – Projects Half Done
PIGS – Project in Grocery Sack
Procrastiknitting – Knitting instead of doing other things.
SABLE – Stash Acquisition Beyond Life Expectancy
SIP – Socks in progress
Squishy Mail – Yarn delivery
SSS – Second Sock Syndrome
Stash – Yarn collection.
Stash Busting – when you need a new house, because your current one won’t contain it.
Tink – (knit spelled backwards) Undoing your knitting one stitch at a time to correct a mistake.
TOAD – Trashed Object Abandoned in Disgust
UFO – Unfinished Object.
UFO Syndrome – The urge to start a new knitting project despite many UFOs already started.
URO/UO – Un-recognized Object
Vanilla – An easy pattern
WIP – Work in Progress
Yarn Barf – A big lump of yarn that comes out of the center of a new ball or skein of yarn.
Yarn Bomb – the action or activity of covering objects or structures in public places with decorative knitted or crocheted material, as a form of street
This is based on knitting 10 rows a day.
This is a new way of knitting for me. This lady has her needles attached to a belt!
With a little bit of sewing here are many ways to store your knitting utensils. Which one is your favorite?
If you are using more than one color and have to change yarns this is an easy way to to weave in yarn and not have to do it when the project is finished.
* Sew the seam with the sewing machine.
* Overlock each seam allowance separately.
* Steam the seam open.
* Tack the seam allowances down with a catch stitch.
A video about this subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=41&v=d783OdG_7fs