I met up with a dear friend from high school and she made a comment in passing that she would love to have a piece of knitting but couldn't decide between a blue hat or blue gloves.
I have knit a sock! woo hoo yay me! I'm sure there's a million mistakes, (I know of at least 2) and it's probably not the world's prettiest sock, but damnit I knit this baby!
Every time I'm in my LYS I have to pick up a couple of skeins of this stuff. I love to work with it and ribbing just pops out like crazy.
Has anyone checked out this series of books? I love to do this kind of stuff but are these worth the $21. a piece? If so I'd like to have most of them.
Hey there just wanted to let everyone know of my new blog... it's http://www.superikuhnits.blogspot.com/
Oh and if you haven't friended me on ravelry I'm Superi on there too!
I realize everybody and their granny has knit this, but its REALLY worth the time. It's a simple pattern, for you beginning knitters, and it looks HOT.
Unbeknownst to me, without any intention to do so whatsoever, I managed to finish the final touches on my labyrinth just as the clock was turning over to my 33rd birthday. Fun. huh?!
need help again with 24 Carats Shawl Pattern from elann.com ...... on row 25 it say maintaining eyelet pattern and increases, begin chart A1 as follows *k4, yo, s2kp2. yo*k4........
This is one of the things that completly confuses me when trying to learn a new stitch. When the directions say front or back of stitch what do they mean?
I am off to get my tetanus shot this aftenoon.