Two Girls, Two Knitted Tubes

June 1, 2016

Longtime readers have heard how much I love to teach knitting. This year, I’ve expanded my students to include three marvelous pre-teen girls, each a Fearless Knitter in her own right.

At our most recent class, L finished the garter stitch hat that she’d knitted with a rainbow of Noro. She had declared her previous garter stitch hat “too short” and was determined to make this one longer so that it’d droop in back.The last inch or so was completed and careful seaming commenced.

seam-garter-stitch-hat

The result is a tubular “stove pipe” that is gathered at one end.

garter-stitch-hat-tube

A big green pom pom was the finishing touch.

garter-stitch-hat-pompom

I wasn’t surprised when B declared that she wanted to design her own striped leg warmers. Having decided partway through her first garter stitch hat that she’d really prefer to make fingerless gloves, she’s a girl who has an image of a finished product in mind. Leg warmer #1 was seamed, ends woven in (you’ll have to trust us on that since they’re on the inside), and modeled.

Being a dancer, B was particularly proud of her pointed toes in this shot.

stripe-leg-warmer

And she thought the sparkly sneakers were a great accompaniment to the leg warmer. Don’t you agree?

knit-striped-leg-warmer

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3 Responses to “Two Girls, Two Knitted Tubes”


  1. Love the creativity and passion! You are a wonderful teacher and inspiration to these sweet girls!!!

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  2. Anna Says:

    I am overwhelmed with joy to see the next, next generation carrying the torch, or needles in this case. Tickled pink !! Lovely projects BTW well done ladies.

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