...about a knitted room all for charity.
I finished Stephen West's Clockwork yesterday (you can find it on Ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/clockwork).
I don’t view this farm as home any longer. I view it as a place of stasis and recuperation. I want to go home. Back to Savannah. I miss it too much.
Are there any Men Who Knit near Berkeley Springs, WV?
I'd love to knit with some guys in Berkeley Springs.
I'm the cable man! Or should I say cable knitting mad. The problem is once you've worked your way around the obvious classics, finding new patterns is quite hard.
Just finished my second cowl. This one is of 80% acrylic and 20% wool. I wasn't sure if it would help to soak it and then flat dry it, but it did even out some of the stitches.
I'm working on my first project, a simple garter stitch scarf, but as I progress the number of stitches increases, and the scarf keeps getting wider and wider.
I'm trying to block the back piece of a sweater. It's a 100% wool yarn. After soaking it in lukewarm soapy water, rinsing, and squeezing as much water out of it, I lay it out on a towel.
I want to thank all of you for the kind words, encouragement, donations of any size, and especially, for the love.
I was doing some research to find some charities for projects that I knit. I found the following sight that lists many places that would be happy to have some knitted work.