3. Yarn Quality
Too many people think that the first try must suck. So they don’t need to spend too much money on it, and they’ll just get a cheap yarn. That’s a big mistake. You’ll probably quit the project if you get the cheapest type of yarn because you hate how it looks or how it feels, or both. You should choose a good yarn because you’re going to spend hours wrapped around your fingers with it. The colour should also be pretty so that once you’re finished, you will be inspired to finish knitting the item and want to wear it. Instead of just abandoning it entirely, you will be more likely to pay attention and try to prevent or correct flaws as you go.