Here are a couple of articles to illustrate my point. Any of you science "nerds" out there interested in co-authoring a knitting book from a scientific slant?
Again I seem to be posting the same kind of blog.
Another failed attempt at a potentially fantastic sweater!
a couple of charts he wanted
So I have ALOT of sock yarn...can we say 11 skiens of tofuties in the same dye lot...
I was hoping to make a pull over but i cant find a good pattern...
hi guys i would like to know is there anyone out there with instruction or plans to make a spinning wheel.... is so may i have a copy of your plans
Just finished an afghan I started last spring. I haven't been working on it consistently, but finally got to a point where I just had to put all other projects aside until this was finished.
This is my interpretation of the Luna Moth Shawl from Elann. This pattern is available for free at http://elann.com/ShowFreePattern.asp?Id=228024.
A blue basketweave scarf.
My name is Bryan and I am 42 years old. I am a native of Montgomery, Alabama. I have crocheted and knit for the past 20 years and recently took a rest after a stroke in November of 2007.
here are the spindles i made and some yarn i have spun ....... the drop spindles here in these photo are the ones i made for only $4.20