Archive - Nov 20, 2008 - Blog entry

AndrewNiehus's picture

Ugh...OT but fun

So, I have about six inches done of my buddy scarf, I really need to work on it more, but I have been kind of sick. I feel fine, but I have crap in my lungs from all the cold weather.

stef's picture

Scarf Exchange

I've written to my spoilee and have had a response from him. I've started his scarf and am about a third way through. Enjoying it, so hopefully have it finished soon

RickMartin's picture

Another Lace Scarf

Well this one flew off the needles - a quick and easy to memorize pattern from Knitty.com. The pattern is called Lace Ribbon Scarf - and I did not repeat the pattern rows as called for.

YugiDean's picture

Ethics/etiquette question (and a technical question)

I was writing up the pattern for my tri-colored flecked tweed hat and was planning on posting it to Ravelry, but then a question about ethics and etiquette dawned on me.

Thanksgiving in Houston

I'll be in Houston for Thanksgiving. Know of 'must see' yarn shops? I'll be close to West University and the Shepard/Kirby area. Thanks!

batsignal2000's picture

Knitting a hat.

So I bought this knit flat-topped hat at Saturday Market 13 years ago. I love this hat. Every time I wear this hat, I get all kinds of compliments.

Crafty Andy's picture

Scarf Exchange Questions

Ok so some of us guys have been talking about some areas of the exchange
1) Do you like tea or coffee, Whole Bean or ground, Full leaf or packaged?
2) Do you like chocolate?

ronhuber's picture

"English Crystal" by Marianne Kinzel

Just finished this piece and sort of blocked it. I really don't like to crochet the edgings. It frustrates me to no end.

Thor's picture

Kids Hats

In yet another attempt to create EZ's Spiral Cap (and failing once again), I ended up creating a hat in Peace Fleece "Firebird Orange" for my friends daughter, Mari.