I am so frustrated with myself. I totally misread a pattern and have had to rip out 3 days work. It was when I was towards the end of the second ball of Debbie Bliss that I realised my mistake. Looking back at the pattern it was increase 6 stitches the next 6 rows. For whatever reason I increased only 1 stitch each of 6 rows
The Victoria and Albert Museum has a Kitting page...with free patterns...
most from the 40's... and many from the second world war...
pay attention to the "old" neeedle sizes...
As a knitting instructor after having completed a w/e course @ F.I.T. I have to do 30 hours voluntary teaching to be fully certified
I got the web link section working again, but unfortunately had to trash all of the links. It's pretty sparse now, but I know all you internet-enabled knitters have amazing bookmark collections and I encourage you to post your favorites on the site for everyone's benefit. I'll be adding more, as well!
Here's a great opportunity to be involved in a new book!
Annie Modesitt (the knitting heretic) and Drew Emborsky (the crochet dude) are writing a book called Men Who Knit (and the Dogs Who Love Them).
They are looking for stories about men who knit! THAT'S YOU!!!
They are also looking for knitters to help knit the sample sweaters and other projects for the book.
All the information you need is here:
I'm sure this is old news for most, but Men Who Knit was mentioned in an article in the recent manly issue of Knitty.
WYSISYG is back! I've installed TinyMCE and it's available for all to use. Safari and Opera compatibility is limited, so if you are a Mac or Opera user, your best best is to use Firefox or disable the Rich Text Editor in your user profile. Underneath each textarea, you can also disable rich text editing on the fly.