Category Archives: Knitting Olympics

The Frog Pond

This morning I was all set to do the heel flap for the second sock… I counted the stitches on my needles, and ack! I had 2 too many stitches. I tinked (unknit… “knit” spelled backwards), stitch by stitch, for … Continue reading

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Wastin’ Away Again in Sockville

I started the second sock last night! I didn’t have as much knitting time because there some interesting competitions to watch, especially the ice skating. I’ve worked on it a bit more today but am feeling tired and kinda sluggish. … Continue reading

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Let The Games Begin!

Today I was joined by some new Team Hawai‘i Nei members! What a great start to the day. E komo mai (welcome) to: Carol, who’s making a child’s Warm and Wooly Vest. Maile, who’s knitting a cable- lace afghan of … Continue reading

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New Members, A Button, and Tita Cheerleaders!

Today I got a new team member; her name is Emily and she’s going to be knitting Kate the Cat! Welcome, Emily! Kate is absolutely adorable! Bonnie is our honorary member who will be knitting socks and other stuff while … Continue reading

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I Must Be Crazy!

One of my favorite bloggers is Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, from Canada. She’s an amazing knitter and a wonderful writer. In January, she wrote about the Olympics and how knitting is her sport. Then she got the brilliant idea to have a … Continue reading

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