I have a knitting brain. I think about knitting all the time, and how to write patterns, and construct garments or other things, and how to pick the perfect stitch pattern, how to combine yarn, stitch pattern, and shape into an awesome thing. I love knitting techniques and I love finding the perfect way to execute a technique for each knitting application.
I can do a lot of stuff on my computer. I have learned to use programs like Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Excel, and Word (hate it!); I use Dropbox, Evernote, iCal, and Mail every day. I can get around on several social media platforms. I can do stuff to my website, I get my blog published, I get a newsletter out, But some things seem to elude me! I have been fighting iMovie for a week. I want it to do things in a way that it apparently is not going to do them. I have been unable to figure out what it wants me to do. So after much anguish and more searching for the answer than can believe, I finally figured out the thing that it wanted me to do. I could use a glass of wine. I know that if I were more logical or younger this would be easier. But I just want to sit down at my desktop every day and create the things I want and need to create, and I don’t want to have to spend all this time figuring stuff out.
Put My Knitting Brain to Work For You
Do you ever feel that way about your knitting? You just want it to work. You don’t want to have to think too much about it, you’re doing it to wind down and destress, or to keep yourself occupied when you are doing things you might not really want to do, or waiting. Maybe you just want to make stuff.
Or maybe you want to learn the kind of stuff I know so you can do the knitting thinking for others? You may be on a journey of exploration as a designer or as a knitter and may be seeking someone to help you see your way ahead?
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