Headed to Richmond tomorrow for a weekend away. Any yarn shops that should not be missed? Planning on a weekend full of designing, knitting, and relaxing.
This morning I was skimming through a dated collection of even more dated songs... we're talking reminiscing material for the century-old folks.
I was given two websites with free knitting patterns that are new to me. They are:
This one has a section devoted to men, you might enjoy reviewing it.
During my frequent web searches, i found a book titled, "Men Who Knit and the Dogs Who Love Them".
We've already received our first nomination for a scholarship for one of the guys on here (written by one of own as well!).
Here is a few photos of the Herringbone vest im knitting on my chunky knitting machine. I was inspired by the Herringbone sweater in Erika Knights Mens Knits book
Hope you all like it so far.
So this is my first glove. It’s a little rough around the edges and all through the middle as well. I didn’t bind it off. I just used a life line to tie it off.
So today is the last day of TNNA, I think, in Long Beach. I am hoping that as I was told, my first ever published pieces were going to be on display this weekend at the show in the Skacel booth.
Better late then never!