Knitting in the Dark

If you attempt this, I suggest you choose a very light yarn so what little light is emitting from, let’s say a bathroom door slightly ajar, can reflect off the yarn. Using an electronic device, such as an iPad is quite helpful too. Oh and be prepared to undo most of what you knit. If past experiences serve me right, I have had to tear out much of what I have knit in the dark…..but don’t be discouraged, I haven’t yet. So as you may guess I am venturing back in the dark, in hope, that what I knit can be repaired without having to remove the needle from all the stitches. Wish me luck!



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