Archive - Feb 2012 - Blog entry

February 29th

Tallguy's picture

Best iPad case

Well, that's how it's billed. Here is a video where you have a chance to win two of them! But more importantly, take a look at the design, and think: can I do this? Of course you can!! It's a nice design, and simple to do. Some of you have iPads (I don't) so you may want one of these for yourself.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccMjztVQkSM

raydio's picture

Sharing a washcloth pattern I wrote.

Here's a link to a seamless, circular washcloth I posted at Ravelry in 2010. I wrote this pattern to get rid of the usual sewn seam. The grafted "seam" creates a piece of knitting with no apparent beginning or end.

It takes less than 3 hours to complete and the Hexagonal version can be used in a pieced afghan when worked in worsted weight yarn.

scottly's picture

Just had to share my February garden

This is St. Louis in February 2012- my favorite winter of all time.

Crocus

My first daffodil in February ever.

Quince

SimonWales's picture

Dragons - one crochet one knit!

In a previous post I said I was knitting a scarf from son of stitch and bitch to which i added a Dragon panel - well it's finished now so I thought I would share it. horrah! I also crocheted a dragon for one of my great neices so I thought I would show you that too.

paulrdallas's picture

First panel of sweater project

Thought I would share the first panel of my first sweater. Definitely my largest undertaking to date.

February 28th

steve kadel's picture

puppy

bobinthebul's picture

What's with the shout box?

Every time I try to enter anything I get a "validation error." Earlier I'd log out and back when that happened but now that doesn't work either. Any clues?

February 27th

ronhuber's picture

Zauberball Socks and a Toque

I knit another pair of zauberball socks (2.25mm needles) and had enough left over to make a spring toque on 3 mm needles. I used my mother's recipe for decreasing which is done in about 5 or 6 rows and was able to use up all the yarn. I am going to Canada for a visit and will use this for the cool evenings in the spring.

February 26th

Tallguy's picture

Toronto area knitters

A note to anyone in the greater Toronto area: David Armstong will be giving a presentation at the next Downtown Knit Collective meeting (http://www.downtownknitcollective.ca) on the subject 'Caring for Wooden Fibre Tools'. The meeting is on March 21, from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm, at Innis College, 2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto.

February 25th

bobinthebul's picture

It Just Goes to Show.....

Not sure exactly what. But I'm sure it just goes to show something.
Sometimes things are just so scary that you have to buy them.