If you think you can’t do something, maybe it’s because you never tried it.
Whatever is the warp eventually becomes the woof, sometimes sooner than you might expect.
All you are in charge of is one little piece of the puzzle. Do that well and repeatedly, and then all that is left is to trust in a higher power of the pieces coming together and the grand design that results.
Different people manage tension in different ways. You may even change your way within a single hour or a single stitch, but whichever way you do it, this is an essential skill you have to learn in order to last for the long run. More tension is harder. Loosen up.
Little mistakes are best taken care of right away. They may not be apparent immediately, but when you are done, everyone will focus on them, and you will wish you had done whatever it took to fix them when they happened.
Doing something backwards is not necessarily wrong.
Feel free to mix colors.
Math is your friend. So is music in ways that are not unrelated.
It is important to know what you want to do.
Some tools are more stable than others. Each has its pros and cons. Find these qualities about yours, for you will be depending on them every step of the way.
It’s ok to take breaks in in the middle but not when when casting on or off.
Tedium and good company cannot coexist.
Don’t forget to look at your accomplishment along the way. It is necessary to feeling good about the work.
People don’t care that you knit. It is still worth doing, for: