Archive - May 2008 - Blog entry

May 20th

ffarff's picture

Green V-neck vest

I finished it and it turned out ok, given the fact that half way through knitting half of the back, i realised i was knitting a smaller size.
so the front is a bigger size and it turned out ok.

QueerJoe's picture

Men's Spring Knitting Retreat

I just posted about 40 pictures to a web site for guys to get a little sense about the Men's Spring Knitting Retreat, although my partner kept thinking, "I'm more glad I wasn't there with Joe" because

JerryO's picture

Am I suppose to be working?

Afternoon---the time when my mind starts to wonder away from work toward tonight's activities.....Should probably wash my car on the way home, BUT I have two birthdays coming up which translates into

May 19th

Bill's picture

Ladybug sweater

My three year old grandson loves ladybugs.
...he wears a green cardigan I knitted...all the time,,,because he can button it himself.

Aaronknits's picture

Angel Lace Shawl

This is the “Angel Lace Shawl” pattern from Fiber Trends. It’s written by Evelyn A. Clark. I’ve since seen a couple other shawl patterns by her and I think I might soon be doing another!

May 18th

jedwards's picture

Niddy Noddy

how long should i keep yarn on niddy noddy after unraveling a old sweater????????????????? so i can stretch the unraveled yarn back out......................

james's picture

I'm flying . . .

No, I'm not auditioning for Peter Pan. I'm wondering who has the latest skinny on flying with knitting needles? Does it vary from airline to airline and place to place?

May 17th

Britisher's picture

EZ, she don't say that stuff for nothing...

Starting the yoke of a great stranded yarn sweater from Drops Designs has rather brought home the advice which Elizabeth Zimmerman gives in "Knitting Without Tears"

May 16th

MichaelJames's picture

This is how I organized my colors

I took a lined basket from Michaels and cut dividers out of cardboard. I then cut a piece of wood to size and drilled holes corresponding with each partition and labeled each one.

MichaelJames's picture

Here's my Henry VIII...so far anyway

Moving right along! I only have 20 rows left until I start the neck steeks. Thought I'd share the project.