I'm curious - does anyone else own or know about the antique sock knitting machines?
Here are a few pictures of one of our gardens as requested:
These are from spring pictures, it changes depending on the season.
I don't know if you can count me as a knitter as of yet, but I'm certainly giving it a shot...although, I'm not sure I've gotten myself into more than I can handle.
I have never blocked anything and am not sure exactly how it is done. Do you stretch the project to the gauge or just press it flat ? Can anyone advise ? Thanks.
Does anyone have advice on working with size 2 needles?
I finished my sweater. There was a slight mishap but now it is a cardigan and life is good...I just need someone to sew in a zipper.
In the planning stages of that 3-D Humpty Dumpty scene. By the way. Where in the hell did anyone come up with the name "Humpty Dumpty"???????????
This is the sweater I have returned to for my mom's gift. My plan is to do one row of blocks per day: there is 16 blocks across the front (8 per panel) of 6st x 8 rows).
So, I've been catching up on reading members' blogs and I noticed that a fair amount do their own spinning.