JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,


This is why so many knitting progress photos end up in my LJ ... it's not that I'm trying to bore people with piccies of stitches (and it's gratifying that so many are entertained or made curious by 'em), it's part of my avoid-having-to-do-surgery process. Looking at the work live is the simplest method (and knowing about other peoples' disasters similar to that blog entry is one reason I flatten out and check my projects-in-progress a LOT), but I find that having the photos in my LJ has the effect of making me see that identical view differently and helps me detect/check anything that looks wonky.

This knitter has so far managed to avoid performing "surgery" during her many years in the craft and prefers to keep it that way. ;p

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