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Knitting Idioms March 21, 2011

Filed under: Knitting Life — kniftybits @ 10:43
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An afghan of a million stitches begins with a single cast on.

A knitter and her yarn aren’t easily parted.

A skein in the hand is worth two in the shop.

I’m knitting and I can’t get up.

Back to the cast on.

No reason to cry over split yarn.

Don’t count your finished objects before you bind off.

Never look a gift knit in the seams.

Dropping like stitches.

There’s a method to my yarn overs.

A sweater isn’t knit in a day. (Unless it’s a baby sweater.)

Third cast-on’s a charm.

Wild and wooly.

You are what you knit.

You can’t judge a knit by it’s pattern.

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