Stitch Analysis

This guest blog was written by my old friend, Charlene Shafer. Many of you know Charlene from her dozens and dozens of books and patterns and The Knit Knack Shop, which she and her husband, Harold (superb repairman!), have run for about 35 years. They also hold one of THE best seminars in the country every year in the spring so get on the mailing list!

I promise you, I am not abandoning this blog, but am still recovering from some fairly extensive back surgery last month. I’m doing great – just tired and still on the mend and planning to be back at work by the end of the summer! In the meantime, I am grateful for talented friends like Charlene (and Nancy Roberts last time) stepping in to help keep these pages filled.

Click here Stitch Analysis for Charlene’s excellent info!

12 thoughts on “Stitch Analysis”

  1. Oh my goodness! I bet the hardest part is NOT doing all the things you are usually up to your eyeballs in. So glad you are recovering well; wishing you patience and a wonderful, full recovery!

    1. You are SO right! Very hard to just lie aroound and recover when I have so much I want to be doing! Finallly actualllly paid someone to come weed and deadhead the gardens!!

  2. Susan I am so sorry to hear of of your back surgery! I pray you recover quickly and get to what you love…knitting and gardening.

    1. Thanks! It hasn’t been easy but not nearly as bad as I had feared! After the way I have been directing Arthur this last month on how to fold laundry or when to pull out the vacuuum I just might have a career as a movie director! 🙂

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