Well one jacket nearly finished just have to decide whether to use a zipper or some other type of closure,so started something else another jacket, onto the last sleeve.Also have started spinning again after many years,so there is the wool,alpaca and silk waitng to be spun which will mean deciding what knit up first,(and I have to find the time to go to work as well).
Keep up the knitting.
This will be my first posting, and I am so excited to begin classes to learn how to knit. Doing a bit of research on the subject within my circle of friend's here in the bay area, I found out people are under many misconceptions on the hobby itself.
1.) "Hey I'm not 60 years old drinking ice tea in
a retirement home somewhere!"
- I have found a huge sub-category of youth and
adults that are serious knitting freaks. I own at least
3 homemade scarves, 2 wool caps and a pair of mittens
made from some good friends in there 20's. Actually
it has become quite the fad in Burning Man circles here
Hey - i'm new to the crowd. Got a quick question for anyone who may know of a really quality worsted weight cashmere that isn't too insanely pricey? Anyone have any trusted brands or weights they want to share? Thanks.
I've been a lurker here, but thought I'd write a quick HEY. I'm a knitter from Vermont, a children's book author and a teacher. I live with my partner of 16 years, 6 chickens and way too much yarn.
Several projects are next to the couch - a knitted teddy-bear on 2 circulars, a mohair scarf, merino mittens and a mohair shawl. I've been felting a lot, too.
Just ordered some Bagdad Blue from Peace Fleece and plan to make a hat for a friend. I've been knitting a lot since the war began.
Glad to be here!
This is my first entry and unfortunately it will have to be short. The semester is getting started this week and I have no current projects so I d' better getting knitting! More to come, I PROMISE!!!!
Blogs. Everyone has one, it seems. I feel like I'm somehow missing out by not pouring out my thoughts to the wide, wide web. And yet, at the same time, there's that little feeling nagging away in the back of my head that wasting space and people's time is an act of hubris (well, I am a reserved Brit, you know; ok, I'm a Brit at least).
It is with great pleasure and a sigh of relief that I annouce that the software which powers Men Who Knit, Drupal, has been upgraded to its latest revision.
The only thing which is currently lacking from the previous site are the weblinks. That section of Drupal was completely rewritten and will take a bit of work to restore, but it should be done soon.
Some new features are the ability to syndicate parts of the site, such as your blog or message forums. We can also bring in content from other sites via RSS, so if you know of some good content available via this method, let me know!
I made some changes to the web server to enable "Clean URLs" which you'll notice result in a much prettier looking URL in your address bar once you make your first click after logging in. This makes it easier to forward links to others, as well as making the site more search-engine friendly.
I've done some minimal testing and haven't come across any errors yet, but please send me a message if you experience any weirdness (e.g. pages not found) while using the site.
I'm also planning to upgrade the software the site runs on, but have been reading some horror stories of the process, so I'm taking time to plan things accordingly to minimize any downtime.
It looks so cool. How do i do it.
I've started a project but it's not coming out right. I got some Nora yarn which is not cheap so don't want to waste it!
Gabriel got me started on this but he's away on vacation now.