KNITTING IS JUST COMPILING CLOTHES FROM SOURCE :blobcatscience:

@artemirl Do people still read EZ? I aspire some day to be the kind of knitter that doesn't require source code, like she used to advocate.

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@artemirl A famous knitter. She really advocated for knitters to work without patterns and just figure out stuff on their own.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabet

@artemirl I really recommend her knitter's almanac. It describes twelve knitting projects but not exactly by just giving you a knitting pattern. Instead, she writes a story about what she's doing each month, what's happening in her life, and gives you rough instructions on how to produce each garment. It's a really good read!

@JordiGH i was thinking about getting back into knitting, so i might start with that book. Thanks a lot!

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