Ok. This is something new for me. I've worked on the argyle socks a few times and ripped it out like 5 or 6 times because I didn't like how the left slants looked.
One of the reasons I really like this group of knitting guys is that you all approach knitting as an intellectual endeavor. Which is how I like to approach it - like a big giant math problem.
Here's the back...colour is a little off: It's more vibrant in real life.
Here is a pic of the blue felted bowl. I couldn't fgure out how to attach two pics to that last entry, so the pics are being shown in separate posts.
I knitted/felted two bowls that were sent to the fundraiser/ silent auction event for Miriam's Kitchen. Both bowls are made from 100%, handpainted wool. The blue vessel was handfelted entirely.
Well it's started. I decided if I posted what I've gotten done here I might actually be more motivated to finish it.
I have a friend that is interested in joining this site. A fellow knitter, addicted to the tug of needle & yarn.
I'm having a problem with stitches falling of the back of my DPNs while I'm working the gusset section on socks - when you have all those extra stitches on needles 1 and 4.