I have started to make this Slytherin hat using a graph and looking at how to make a snake. My golden snitches stitch markers are a great help. Stay tuned, this will be in color stranding as well.
When I was in Nepal with the Peace Corps back in the early 90s, I picked up a couple of great knitted caps that had flat tops.
Is there a way I can make yarn look like it have it's shine again when I first bought it, if so how?
There is a small chain of yarn shops in NZ which this past year sponsored our Knitters' Weekend. As a follow-up they issued this mug - I wonder if they were thinking of me?
Would anyone out there happen to know where I can obtain a men's fair isle glove pattern.
Queer Knitting at the Q Center in Portland (OR) is tomorrow (November 10) from 2:00 to 4ish. The Q Center is at 69 SE Taylor, east of the river and just south of the Morrison bridge.
I am new to the site and still trying to figure things out. When a pic.
Which way would be alot easier for someone to learn how to spin yarn? Will it be drop spinning or on a spinning wheel.
Thought I will model it for ya! Ready for my wizardry duties! Made on US 6 circulars, with Wool of the Andes and Andean SIlk from Knit picks. Isn't it cute lol! The hat that is!