There is a new Free Pattern in my blog for crochet skull caps or hats, please feel free to grab it, just leave a comment please.
Ever since my younger son attended our local Jewish day school that requires all boys to wear a "kippah" (yarmulke) every day, I've wanted to knit one, because I don't like to crochet.
about why circular size 5 needles tend to be shorter than other needles?
I AM HAPPY TO FIND OTHER MEN WHO KNIT. MY GRANDMOTHER TAUGHT ME DECADES AGO AS A YOUNG BOY. I PICKED IT UP AGAIN THREE MONTHS AGO. I HAVE THREE SCARVE IN PROGRESS AND ONE IS A CABLE.
Just wondering if there's one stitch that felts up better than another.
So here is the next in my series of Soy-Wool-Strips cable scarves. This one differed in that I twisted one cable on row 1 and twisted the next cable on row 5.
Finished at last. My version of Meadow Flowers Shaw by Donna Kay from the book 'Knitter's Stash'.
So, it begins. I have started on my holiday knitting. I am making my buddies Girlfriend an Irish Hiking Hat out of Donegal Tweed. So far it is coming out quite nicely. I hope she likes it.
I feel goofy typing the instructions, cuz it's just so simple.
Basically it's this:
at dyeing yarn, via the kool aid method. I was kinda "blegh" about this method, then I saw some yarns that had been dyed with it at the LYS and decided to give it a try.