Pollyanna Rainbow Sunshine Writes Her First Knitting Pattern

Hi, Anna-Liza here. Lyda posted her “stereo cozy” pattern in the comments, but I figure that not everyone’s going to read the comments, and I think this moment should not slip unobtrusively by in our blogging history. 

Keep in mind, Lyda just learned to knit! I think this accomplishment deserves recognition. As you read the pattern (charmingly simple) note that she is picking up the complex technical language of knitters. Here goes!

“Okay, pattern for stereo cozy:
Knit two balls of yarn, discover that there are way too many errors, tink – woops, I mean FROG – entire thing.

Knit two balls of yarn again – discover that while it looks better, it isn’t long enough to be anything. Frog again.

Knit two balls of yarn with fewer stitches in each row – discover it is still too short to be a scarf, decide to give up. Bind off so you can use the needles for another project.

Take out largest glass. Pour marguerita into glass(salting rim first is optional). Drink.

Start new project.”

Personally, I always go for the salted rim option.

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6 thoughts on “Pollyanna Rainbow Sunshine Writes Her First Knitting Pattern

  1. lyda

    I too am loving the salted rim.

    Now I’m using the size 10 needles on the thin orangey yarn you gave me, just knitting every row – it’s coming out kind of lacey and looking interesting. But since it’s only one ball of yarn, I’m thinking it will be even smaller than the stereo cozy. Would you believe… a mini speaker cozy?
    Lyda

    Reply
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