At the same time I jumped into quilting with both feet, I picked up knitting again. I had learned knitting and crochet as a kid, but it got put to the side and I didn't keep it up. I started knitting again about six months after I started quilting, when my daughter was a baby. It started when I went to make door-guards to keep her from opening the doors. My initial reaction was knitting was for the birds, and this was the dumbest thing ever. Then, I became determined to figure out how it worked. All of a sudden, it clicked and I was knitting. Now all my purses have knitting in them and I always have a project in my bag. While I take hundreds of quilting pictures, it turns out, I don't take many pictures of my knits. Mostly, I have pictures of my daughter wearing my knits. She loves to wear them and is a good model. But most of the time, I am taking pictures of her not the knitwear she is wearing. I enter my knits into the state fair and the Fiber Arts Fiesta. The State Fair doesn't require entry photos, while the Fiber Arts Fiesta does, so I have good pictures of those entries, but they are just a drop in the bucket of knitting projects.