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Learned to crochet almost exactly a year ago so thought I’d try my hand at knitting. It ain’t much but I’m eager to keep practicing!

Learned to crochet almost exactly a year ago so thought I’d try my hand at knitting. It ain’t much but I’m eager to keep practicing!

smol_bean_machine

Hey this is great progress! The tension is looking really good:) I can't quite tell, but it looks like some of your stitches may be twisted. This affects the structure of the stitches and can cause problems down the line. I could be wrong but just check that youre inserting the needle through the correct loop/ wrapping the right direction. Theres also a FAQ for this. Anywho, keep at it and happy knitting!


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mdm4110

Good start! Stick with it!


rpepperpot_reddit

Looking good! Tension is a bit uneven, but that will come with more practice. Keep at it & you'll be bi-craftual in no time :-)


MicaRing

Great start, keep going \^\^


K3tbl

You’re learning a new skill, your expanding your knowledge base, you’re finding a new community and you’re keeping your hands and mind busy. That seems like a whole lot of good things Glad you found your way here. We look forward to seeing what you make


eliisabetjohvi

Looking good, great job! I suggest to learn purl stitch as soon as possible as well to develop muscle memory for both.