What NOT to knit

I spend quite a lot of time browsing when I’m not knitting – for all the lovely things I can make when I have time and perhaps grow a couple of pair of spare knitting arms. And for some reason, it suddenly occurred to me (I’m not unique! Have a look at this blog – What Not to Knit) that there must be a list of things that should just never be attempted.

I don’t mean to belittle people’s efforts, or sound superior. But, really?! I’m not surprised that some men run screaming for the hills when it’s suggested that they put on something hand-made.
man1 man2Sorry, but anything that is designed to get wet on a regular basis should not be knitted. Lycra HAS been invented after all. I run a family friendly blog but if you’re interested in current creations, there are plenty of eye-poppingly wrong stuff out there!
mankiniI love Christmas. I really dislike Christmas jumpers. I think anything taking so many hours of work needs to be worn more than once per year. So don’t make it so horrendous and wear it with pride not as a joke.
christmas jumperToo much colour. Too many patterns. Just too much.
too muchAnything extreme from any of the decades – need I say more?
awfulAnd in case crocheters were starting to feel superior, here are two definitely not to do projects.
crochetshort short2

 

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About monsteryarns

I am a yarn enthusiast and knitter.
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8 Responses to What NOT to knit

  1. cubbyholes says:

    Those last shorts come with their own skidmark! Lol. Talk about bad striping luck.πŸ˜‚

  2. PJ Lightning says:

    If the shorts were done in black they might work better. Something so dark that the stitches didn’t show (and no skidmarks either.)

  3. Helen says:

    made my day to laugh so much!

  4. Cheryl says:

    OMG tooooo funny!! The first two photos should remind us all to ALWAYS CHECK YOUR GAUGE! πŸ˜€

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