I started my Partner's scarf and is in my works in progress along with 3 or 4 more projects.
Somewhere on the net, I came across the most interesting looking socks. But she was selling the pattern, and I thought "I can make those" -- famous last words!
Well it seems that I am officially a knitting teacher now. I have three classes that I a teaching in the winter session at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop.
I hope that I'm not the only one representing the Nutmeg State.
Just finished the Gator Scarf from Moorehouse Yarns. It was a fun and easy pattern to follow. I added a bunch of bumps to get to the 57", but the kit had plenty of yarn so it wasn't a problem.
Well, I had busted my booty to knit a gorgeous scarf for the fellow in Ireland for his birthday, but he's been a bit of a fuckwit (can I say that here?) and I'm not too chuffed about sending that scar
So, I finally got my Warm Pallet Sampler with the included pattern for a knit bag. I really like the pattern; however, a bag like that and my style of dress don't quite mix.
I've been busy working on my first sock and I am finally ready to end it. I was told to use kitchener stitch.
Well, I went early because I wanted to get a lot of knitting done and spend time with my friends, and wouldn't you know it when the "Mean Lady" shows up the only open seat is on the couch right next t