Archive - Nov 2009

November 8th

jdkcubed's picture

Saddle Shoulders, KAL Reminder, Reinbeck

So, cast on for the saddles shoulders, hoping for lots of snow this year, its a lot of knitting, size 9 is smaller than I would prefer to knit a sweater, mostly because I love chunky weight yarns, but

RobStrauss's picture

Continental arghgh!

I'm into my fourth month of learning to knit and decided to try continental. By far the hardest and most frustrating thing yet, but I won't give up!!

philvm's picture

just 5 evening...

Now a little time to knit...
I try one scarf by week... So I can try many yarn and many different effect....
have a nice sunday to all...

November 7th

New York Built's picture

Help In My Quest...

for the perfect shoulder in a sweater.

scottly's picture

No stitch?

I have a pattern for what's called "Tiger Eye Lace Scarf" - the pattern is only in chart form and on the chart there are these grayed squares and the key says that the grayed squares are "no stitch".

purlyman's picture

FO - Iceland Lopi "Fugl" sweater

After binding off four times, I'm satisfied with the tubular cast off method. I liked learning how to do it and it works well I think.

November 6th

Tallguy's picture

Men knitting

Somewhere (I think it was on this site) there was a link to an article about men knitting. I can't find it now....

grandcarriage's picture

Knitting through the curtain of death

Ok, that might be an overly dramatic title.

ManMadeKnits's picture

Kumo is coming along.

I will definitely be bringing it with me to the Retreat. I figure there will be some expert seamers there!

steveluzz's picture

sold a blanket

I sold my first baby blanket today. The yarn was purchased and provided to me (acyrlic.... oh well). It has a seed stitch border and the main pattern is a basket weave.