I finished this yesterday. It's a bamboo blend. It was nice to work with. Occasionally, I would find that it wasn't spun quite as tight as I would have preferred, but for the most part, no problems.
Knitted and felted a couple of stuffed animals for Easter gifts and am finishing up an afghan for a birthday gift. After that I'm kind of in a funk about what to knit next.
I've just finished my first experience of raglan decreases on a sweater and I'm hooked.
sometimes you still manage to get something useful out of it.
I went to a LYS that I had no idea was around the corner yesterday, and again today with some friends. Pretty much just as I expected...an explosion of sundry (and overpriced) yarns.
Hi everyone, so I finally wrote up today the pattern for the garter stitch hat with a square raglan crown I designed a month or two ago.
I decided to time myself knitting the last sleeve.
Maybe I'm knitting too late at night or something, but last night I dreamt that I was at this high school football game and the cheerleaders were all lined up to have the football team smash through t
None of these powers will help me, I should have picked infertility!
Had a bit of time today and decided to come see you guys, and OMG! I've got some catching up to do!
Name: Irish Diamond Shawl
Designer: Cheryl Oberle
Pattern Source: Folk Shawls
Yarn: Knit Picks Palette (Green)
Needle: US 7 (up to change based on trial and error)