Here you go JRob, it's almost a sock. I don't know the fiber content as the yarn was given to me with a plain white wrapper. When I finish this pair, I'm going to try toe-up and decide which method I prefer. THEN I'll try two at a time. I too have been busy, completing the top of a Quilt of Valor, two dolls, and a bunch of alterations. What are YOU up to?
Any Takers? Come on some of you guys must have a project on the needles you can share. JRob
Good Morning All,
Hi everybody, Mr Hugzzz again. So I've been working on a project for a
long time now and it has been launched! It's a knitting variety show and it's
online. The pilot episode was just uploaded and I think you may like it. If
you have a few minutes to spare, you might want to check it out! Here's the
My latest attempt at humor inspired by the apocalyptic conditions that surround me...
I am on the hunt for a men's robe pattern. I recall one was posted on here
a long time ago but not sure who the poster was. Does anyone know of robe
pattern for men?
Finally have it done. It's worsted weight, but I'm not sure of the fiber content. The yarn was given to me rolled in balls. Feels like Acrylic. Sweated it out towards the end, I wasn't sure there'd be enough yarn. I found an error in the pattern for the shawl collar. I had to pick out the bind off, and make it longer, as it didn't fit the lapel. But...I'm done, and on with another sweater.
In light of the flooding in Colorado, I emailed the owners of the Sunshine Retreat but haven't heard anything back from them. I know cell phone and Internet are down in a lot of the area around Lyons, which we drove through while driving up from Denver to the lodge. I hope that all of you from that area are okay.
I made a huge shawl or medium blanket out of sock yarn that was left over from other projects. The finished blocked size is 72 inches. I used a 5 mm needle and started in the centre with dpn's. When I ran out of one colour I just added another by knitting the two together for 10 stitches and after it was blocked I cut the ends off.
Several months ago I bought s book called Two-ende Knitting by Anne - Maj Ling. This is a traditional Scandinavian Technique - Tvaandssticking also known as Twined Knitting or TWo-end Knitting. You can check out her designs on revelry. I was curious if any of my bro's out there have tried this technique? Let me know.