Dana’s Edit: What to Knit in a Pandemic

It’s time for another installment of my monthly column, Dana’s Edit, over on Mason-Dixon Knitting. This month I’m sharing simple projects that can be knit when your brain is on overdrive due to the global pandemic. Think small easy projects and garter stitch. Enjoy and happy knitting!

10 Replies to “Dana’s Edit: What to Knit in a Pandemic”

  1. Thank you for the great ideas. I love your posts.

  2. The only thing I don’t like about your MDK column is that it always adds more favorites to my Ravelry when there’s already more than I could ever knit!

  3. Either time is standing still, or we haven’t heard from you in email for awhile. I hope all is ok with you and your DH. I miss seeing your smiles, sweet pooch and gorgeous colorful knits!

  4. ok – so haven’t seen a new post or anything from you anywhere and worrying that you, your husband and jellybean are okay.

      1. ok good – this long without a post is unusual for you – even with school – and I was worried!

  5. Hi Dana. I’m about to separate the sleeves for a top down sweater and I remember you talking about a method that was better, but I didn’t save the information. Help and thank you! Good luck finishing up the semester. Miss you and your buddy!

    1. It was from a post on Instagram-do a provisional cast on when you have to cast on for the arm.

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