It’s a battle of fingers and mind! As soon as you decide to knit faster your hands tense up and you focus so much there’s a 99% chance you’ll make more mistakes and feel more pain after each knitting session.
What’s the answer?
I’ll give you lots of tips in this video to speed up your knitting, let’s get those needles clicking faster!
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We all know the hare and tortoise scenario.
The hare decides to take a nap half-way through the race as he’s complacent about winning.
The hare stops and chats with friends.
The hare has a meal along the race and fills up so he doesn’t feel like racing.
The hare gets bored and mocks the tortoise for running so slowly.
The hare doesn’t notice there are fences and hedges to pass, so injures himself along the route.
If you’re knitting faster, you may come across lots of hurdles as well.
They could include:
This week’s video explores how you can start to knit faster, but I will emphasise how much we need to take the faster knitting slowly!
Watch the video to find out what I mean by that. 😀
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