I remember the frustration of making the flowers that are sewn together to make the projects in the pattern book. Winding your yarn around the prongs on the Knit Wit was one thing, but the overcasting and lockstitching to hold your
Make 150 of these Knitwit flowers. Join 150 of these Knitwit flowers together. You'll have this lovely afghan. Remember, you'll never get that time back!
For those of you who may still wish to try the Knitwit despite my dire warning and don't want to spend the $20.00 to buy the Knitwit kit at Knitwit.com, you can make your own! Here's the DIY for a flower loom made from wooden dowels and hot glue. Or, if you're into pins and cardboard, try your hand at making this daisy wheel.
Yes, I am bitter over my Knitwit experience from which I obviously have not fully recovered. Oh, well...