About

HeatherWell primarily this blog is intended to be about me and my adventures in knitting. I wasn’t always a knitter.

I have always been a crafter. My technical background is in Design and specifically Landscape Architecture. I was drawn to that by a passion to create and to share my creations with others. In knitting, I have found an outlet that satisfies much of the same things that led me to Landscape Architecture – only with fuzzy, wooly, soft, and springy fibers. What is not to love?

So here you will find me; my attempts, my failures, and my victories in knitting. I hope you enjoy my musings and are inspired to join me on this journey.

You can find me over on Ravelry as ThemKnits. See you there!

5 Responses to About

  1. Noni says:

    Can’t wait to hear all your wonderful adventures! You are very talented and creative in so many different things! Knit on!!

  2. Shan says:

    Umm, hello! You didn’t mention you were up and running! Hooray. Love it. The photos are gorgeous and I just love to read what you have to say. You are so fun!

  3. Cindy says:

    I am trying to make the Meadow Bolero. I usually knit scarves so this is a little more complicated for me. It would help me a lot if I knew how many stitcheds I should have after RA6 so that I know I’m on target to get to 245 stictches after I’m done with the RA section. Can anyone help?

    • themknits says:

      Hi Cindy! For the RA section, you should be increasing 8 stitches every odd row (RA1, RA3, RA5, and so on). After RA6, you should have 24 additional stitches for a total of 101 stitches on your needles. Make sure you count the first time you complete RA3-RA6 as your first of ten repeats. Stop when you hit 245. Good luck and congrats to you for moving beyond the land of scarfs 🙂

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