I don't have any photos yet of what I'm doing. I've been kitchener stitching. Also referred to as grafting or weaving, joins two sets of live stitches. A hand knitter would sometimes have live stitches on needles. As a machine knitter my live stitches are mostly held together with waste yarn.
I did a purse handle, a hat and a slipper. Originally, I was going to get started on some purse linings, but that's when I saw I hadn't kitchenered the purse handle and thought I may as well do all the kitchenering I could find. I'm sure there is more, but that's all I've found so far.
Digging into my boxes and bags of knitted items I'm finding some real treasures. I'm not going to kick myself for putting things off. For the next 25 days I get a free pass. I'm looking forward to either using them or giving them as gifts. The recipient doesn't need to know how long I've held on to it. :D
Here is a list of links to "how to kitchener stitch" I've been looking at. I thought I really would have to reteach myself. I found though that I remembered more than I thought. In Diana's video she has a chant as she stitches. I find that I do myself and it really helps. "New stitch, old stitch, new stitch, old stitch." It keeps me on track.
Techniques with Theresa
The Knit Witch
Diana's Lesson 22 Kitchener Stitch Seams
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