I found this list on Karin’s Tiny Treasures (she’s not the author, but I figured I’d give her credit) and I thought I should check this out too.  I am sure that there are some very basic things I should have done but haven’t, but we’ll see how it goes.  *smile*

Bold for things I’ve done, normal for things I haven’t, and italics for the stuff I need explained!

Afghan

I-cord

Garter stitch

Knitting with metal wire — ooh, I hafta try this!

Shawl

Stockinette stitch

Socks: top-down

Socks: toe-up

Knitting with camel yarn

Mittens: Cuff-up — I actually used to make them from two rectangles — one for the hand, one for the thumb!

Mittens: Tip-down

Hat

Helmet — as in helmet-liner, or an actual helmet?  Doesn’t seem very protective!

Beret

Knitting with silk

Moebius band knitting– the point of this is…..?

Participating in a KAL — a what?

Sweater — one full size, (a total disaster!) and two baby sweaters that turned out reasonably well

Drop stitch patterns

Knitting with recycled/secondhand yarn — as in took something apart and used the yarn?  Nope, but I should!

Slip stitch patterns

Knitting with banana fiber yarn

Domino knitting (=modular knitting)

Twisted stitch patterns

Knitting with bamboo yarn — juts a little too expensive right now, but I’d love to!

Two end knitting — like, knitting from two ends at once?

Charity knitting — baby hats for the orphanage my friend’s son came from!

Knitting with soy yarn

Cardigan — well, I turned the disaster sweater into a cardigan once I accidentally felted it *blush*

Toy/doll clothing — for my college boyfriend’s crocheted monsters *smile*

Knitting with circular needles

Baby items — my favorite!

Knitting with your own handspun yarn — I SUCK at spinning, so I don’t expect this to EVER happen

Slippers — I have a great pattern that you knit flat and then fold like origami!

Graffiti knitting: knitting items on, or to be left on the street — no, but I’d love to!

Continental knitting — the only kind of knitting I do!

Designing knitted garments

Cable stitch patterns — these scared me for a very long time, but now I’m over it

Lace patterns

Publishing a knitting book

Scarf

Teaching a child to knit

Button holes

Knitting with alpaca

Fair Isle knitting — I tried it once on a hat, but it didn’t go very well

Knitting to make money

Norwegian knitting — that origami slipper pattern is Norwegian, I think…

knitting socks- or other small tubular items- on two circulars — why would you need two?

Dying with plant colors

Knitting items for a wedding

Olympic knitting

Knitting with someone else’s handspun yarn

Knitting with dpns

Holiday related knitting

Teaching a male how to knit — I’ve been lucky to have guys in a few of my knitting groups over the years!

Bobbles

Knitting for a living

Knitting with cotton

Knitting smocking

Dying yarn  — but I did it for a basketry project!

Steeks — what are these again??

Knitting art

Fulling/felting

Knitting with wool

Textured knitting

Kitchener BO — my kitchener has never had a problem with body odor… at least not BEFORE the socks/booties were worn!

Purses/bags

Knitting with beads — no, but this would be cool

Swatching — it took me years to start, but yes, I now swatch!

Long Tail CO — that’s my preferred method

Entrelac Knitting and purling backwards

Machine knitting

Knitting with self patterning/self striping/variegating yarn

Stuffed toys

Knitting with cashmere

Darning

Jewelry — I knitted an I-cord necklace for a friend last year

Knitting with synthetic yarn

Writing a pattern

Gloves

Intarsia — I tried it on a sachet pillow once, but it didn’t go very well...

Knitting with linen

Knitting for preemies — some of my baby hats have come out that small….. *smile*

knitting lingerie  — seriousty??!?

Tubular CO — I don’t even know how this works…

Freeform knitting

Short rows

Cuffs/fingerless mitts/arm warmers

Pillows — well, just the sashet…

Knitting a pattern from an online knitting magazine

Rug

Knitting on a loom

Thrummed knitting

Knitting a gift

Knitting pet sweater

Knitting cat toys

Shrug/bolero/poncho

Knitting with dog hair — I actually always knit with dog hair, just not on purpose…. *smile*

Knitting with cat hair

Hair accessories

Knitting in public

Knitted Hem

Knitted Pleats

Crocheted edges

Crocheted inserts

Knitting w/fabric strips

Well, less than I thought!  The funny thing is, I have done some of these things with basketry, but not knitting.  I guess I have a new list of things I need to try!

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