Well thank you all for your response on my unfortunate yarn shop fiasco and on my messenger bag help.
I do have to admit that when I joined here I thought that I was going to be disappointed and that no one would really talk about knitting. I have to admit that now I think reading all of the blogs that are posted is almost as big of an addiction for me as knitting.
I have a funny story for you all and I am sure you all can relate. A couple weeks I was knitting up a storm and on sunday I realized that I was going to finish the project at hand and fear struck me. Oh my GOD what am I going to knit now. At that time I did not have a yarn drawer with odds and ends (which now I have in case of emergency) I then went to joann fabrics (the only store open on sunday) and bought some yarn that I normally wouldnt use and went home and life was good once again. So I guess that this was my admission that I AM NOW ADDICTED TO KNITTING.
One question for you guys ---- have any of you in the US flown domesticaly with knitting in your carry on if so any problems
hey boys -
check out www.theanticraft.com
it's a riot! :)
Just finished this scarf in time for a good friend who is leaving where I work. It is in Rowan Big Wool Tuft. Really hope she likes it. It knits up incredibly fast on 20mm needles - great for a quick fix if you knit slowly like I do.
I know.....I know..this is a knitting blog. But I need help taking photos of my projects to post here.
I have the digital camera, and card reader and software for my computer...what I need to know is this: what settings should I use to take pics to post here?
Obviously I don't want pic files so large they take forever to load...but I just don't know what to do.
(good with needles, not so good with digital cameras)