for the perfect shoulder in a sweater.
I have a pattern for what's called "Tiger Eye Lace Scarf" - the pattern is only in chart form and on the chart there are these grayed squares and the key says that the grayed squares are "no stitch".
After binding off four times, I'm satisfied with the tubular cast off method. I liked learning how to do it and it works well I think.
Somewhere (I think it was on this site) there was a link to an article about men knitting. I can't find it now....
Ok, that might be an overly dramatic title.
I will definitely be bringing it with me to the Retreat. I figure there will be some expert seamers there!
I sold my first baby blanket today. The yarn was purchased and provided to me (acyrlic.... oh well). It has a seed stitch border and the main pattern is a basket weave.
I knit this using 2/18 Zephyr 50/50 wool silk on US #3 needles. It took approximately 380 yards to make the scarf 8"x80".
Well, again, I'm off into an experimental project.
So after three grueling days of driving through mountains (hey, I'm a flatlander, what do you expect?) I have arrived safe and sound in Southern California.