I'm what you call a "distracted knitter." Fortunately, unlike driving, the only consequence of this is having to rip out stitches more often than I'd like to admit to.
Because of my penchant for watching Sherlock while I knit, the last thing I want to do while I'm zipping around my in-the-round project is try to remember to flip a row counter so I can keep track of my increases and decreases.
Is this you, too? Well, if so, this post is for you!
Okay, I'm a little bit excited right now, because this video is the first one I have done in Adobe Premier. I meant to get this posted last week, but given that last week I had no idea what I was doing with Premier, I'm okay with being a little late.
However, not only did I make a video, I actually made an entire tutorial page for this lesson. You can catch just the video here, but if you want some clarification on stuff (or if just reading about it is more your style), check out my video/photo tutorial here:
Do you have any knitting problems you would like me to tackle in a future tutorial? Let me know!