i am raising money for a great cause, the fight against prostate cancer. if anyone could help with donations it would be greatly appreciated. or even help with the cause.
The colorways selected were intended to mimic the muted colors of winter. In my head, this meant lots of whites, muted blues, greys, and maybe a little green.
It's been a good week; I've received two cable books (Cables untangled and Continuos cables) and a lace book (Knitted Lace of Extonia) and the brain cells are churning.
Here is another hat that a friend wanted from me. I really need to switch over to something else, thus why I am now working on the Antler scarf from Son of Stitch and Bitch.
It's true, Mario. After completing it last fall, I finally blocked my Queen Anne's Lace Shawl #3. I have to say it's a variegated whirlwind (nightmare) as I had expected.
Inspired by the NORO scarves I'd seen here, I started my own. I am about 1/3 through it. It's my first project using a special mix yarn and a first object made exclusively for myself.
So last night I sort of woke up to the fact that I have 3 scarves and a bias shawl planned for holiday gifts and Ive only got one scarf nearly done to show for it.
I was organizing everything and stumbled upon some lace legwarmers that I'd started back when I first began to learn how to knit...before my discovery of knitting in the round (so they were being knit
Oof...so one of my best friends from college left a couple of months ago for Grad school. She went to the grad.