Since having begun knitting and crocheting this summer, I have found that it is a wonderful way to pass the time on my hour-long subway commute.
Well, it's not knitting, but weaving...
Yeah, like my Scottish blood will have me take my hands off of the knitting needles only briefly to talk about weaving -- tartans, that is.
Finished up a new cardigan this weekend. I only ever made Fair Isle Vests as drop shoulder sweaters are very unflattering on me.
For my friend Tia for her birthday. Modeled beautifully as a shawl by Nicci of Close Knit Yarn Store on Alberta in Portland, OR.
Just looking through Google news stories - Ben Fogle Challen
It makes a fabulous "aroma filter" when the homeless guy decides to sit at the table next to mine at the wi-fi cafe. I probably look like I'm trying to avoid swine flu.
I don't want to reinvent the wheel... I just want a basic wonderful above the calf kilt hose pattern.
Picture taken at Knit/Purl knit night, just having finished the scarf before I arrived. 58 st on us9's. Rib6 cable with a 20 st repeat, one k1p1 rib selvedge and between cables...
Berroco published their new minutia sweater patterns in their newsletter today. Some are quite cute!
I am working with lace weight baby alapca yarn, for a lace scarf. The yarn is very fine and I do not want to join my next skein with a knot.