Knitworking is a word I use all over social media. It evolved from stitch n bitch, knit n knatter, knitting meet ups.
image from knitworking.co.uk
Knitwork originates from the word, network, and the Oxford dictionary defines it as:
A group of people who exchange information and contacts for professional or social purposes.
So, I adapted this definition to:
Knitworking: To interact with other knitters to exchange information and develop professional or social contacts.
This past week, my knitworking passion received an honourable mentioned from Nadia of the Cottage Lover’s Notebook, on this blogpost and the CLN podcast episode 7. Please go and click on the links to read n listen. You’ll love it!
On another knitworthy note….
The DKC Knit and Healthy night at The Hopsack last Wednesday turned out to be a Sock Knit Night.
Lovely to see a few knitters turn out and join in with their sock projects.
Also, today several knitters will be participating in the Women’s March Dublin.
Keep an eye out for those wearing the #pussyhats.
I was able to knit one up this week and gave it away to an American student who will be marching today.