I went "man" shopping at Home Depot this morning to find a tool tote for those tools I can never find in a hurry. Well check this out.
I've got a wild project in my head, but will need to find the best way to stiffen a knitted bowl. Starch first came to my mind, but afraid that it would be water soluable and wilt in high humidty.
not to mention writhing and fainting in coils.
*Someone* just had to pose the question if "doily B" from Nurhanne's YarnOver site could be extended to a shawl.
why, yes. Yes, it could.
Ann Norling's pattern. Can't remember the yarn-- something pink out of my stash.
Hello, men who knit. Sorry I haven't posted to my blog lately, it's not because I haven't been knitting, that's for sure.
A while ago, I'd started the Fan Kimono from Knit Kimonos by Vicki Square. I kept running into problems with it and couldn't pinpoint just where I was going wrong.
As you can see, I dropped my latest project for a different one. I ran across the Aran Weight Victorian Lace Shawl by Michelle Ciccariello on elann's website and knew I had to make it.
Jedward led me to a site called Yarnover where I found this pattern. I used #6 cotton made here in Mexico and 3.25mm needles. It was a fun and fast project.
For the life of me, I cannot tink a stitch! I have tried and tried and end up having to frog the whole damn piece! Any good advice on learning how to unknit and unpurl stitch by stitch?