Taking my direct marketing skills to the streets, my buds from The Point were offering their wares at a recent street festival crafts fair in Greenwich Village two weeks ago.
You know the button on the elevator that supposedly closes the door and moves you on your way? Ever watch the suffering fools press them repeatedly to "speed" things along?
Dear Ellissa from The Point looks in fine fettle from her trip to Peru. I visited her on her first day at Annie's on Madison and 93rd.
Had to share this convo with Buck Strong
> Mark: Would you only use this for a 2x2 rib or is it good for all edges?
For a double rib, beginning with K2;
The pictures are on Ravelry, avatar name there is Skybuck. Loaded up there with no problem. What's with that? http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Skybuck/harrison
I present, for your consideration, a dominatrix I call Mrs. X. She Who Has Always Been Obeyed, Dammit! reigns a benign knit-autocracy on the Upper East Side of New York.
I'm ready to try my hand at some lace, but a runner, shawl, tablecloth, curtains seem to run contrary to my Viking, pillage and plunder ancestry. Update is below.
All I can say on this one, is WOW!
From my textile co-conspirator Hannah Wallace
Some very useful knitting calculators