I'm going to be teaching a beginning knit class, and the LYS preferred a project-based class, so I whipped up this cowl and a pattern for it (which is on ravelry).
So I posted this blog post over at my knitting shop's blog yesterday:
I think it's a really fun thing to think about. It's nowhere near as entertaining as "Knittingman"s blogs, but hopefully it's helpful.
I'm back and more involved with knitting and designing again.
I've created my first for sale pattern on ravelry. It is my go-to pattern for hats, and I wrote it out as a recipe for re-sizing etc (my preferred method of knitting patterns).
Check it out.
So I've finally moved in and settled into the big apple. I love my apartment (as long as we don't get bed bugs). I already have found a job to work, that is until I find a better one.
Hey guys, I haven't been on in a while, but I thought I'd drop in and say hello.
My current projects:
In about 5 months I have knit a total of 1 foot on a simple ribbed scarf, which translates to knitting about 10 rows once a week or less and months at a time where I haven't knit 1 stitch.
Hey guys. One may wonder and be amazed if one finds himself on the UGA campus to notice: Thomas hasn't been knitting.
In fact, I haven't knit one single stitch for 2 months.
And it sucks.
So I learned to spin today! Yay!
My last blog entry described these two projects, but now I got pictures of them finally. Thanks mom for letting me borrow the camera (I'm visiting my hometown for a couple days.)
Here are some pictures of my queen anne's lace. Awesome project, Mmario!