I was just looking for a new hat and noticed that lion brand's website has a whole new look.
This semester's knit bronze sculpture.
I knit a sheet of cotton fabric on the ISM and cast in bronze.
Also made the base by casting crochet.
We don't actually have a fiber arts class at school, so I have been doing my best to work them into my wood & metals courses.
As happy as I am that there are more men's knitting books out (just got Son of SNB - it's great!) I still dont think i have time to knit a whole sweater,
Have you guys been watching pushing daises?
Not much - only had 2 weeks off.
But I did manage to visit Indianapolis, and took a day trip to visit an old friend.
Wanted to share this pic of the two us.
even the yarn is super cool - it's made of SWS self-striping soy/wool blend.
but i forgot that the super cool slip-stitch pattern makes a smaller hat than the standard stich & I need to add extra stitches to adjust.
it's ok, ET doesnt seem to mind.
it is wearable, but a little too snug.
i am hoping to find a hip toddler to give it a good home.
This is the “Heart-Felt Wishes” bowl from www.fiberfemmes.com. Bad puns aside, I think it turned very well.
I used two stands of Patons Classic Wool and size 13 needles, just like the pattern called for.
It went surprisingly fast, and I almost had it on time to give away on valentines day.
I blame Physics homework for the delay.
Sadly, I have just discovered that my fancy new W/D is not that great when it comes to felting projects. I had to finish this one off by hand. Considering I already have the yarn for at least three more felted projects, I am gonna have to start doing laundry at friend’s houses. That’ll be fun.
and now the whole damn interweb knows it!
the world is mine!!!!!
p.s. if you dont watch this show you totally should. it is super funny.
that's me. that's what i sound like when i watch it.
I was all excited when my store got Not Another Teen Knitting Book by Vickie Howell.
I bought it the 1st day it was on our shelves and immediately decided to whip up the cool nerdy v-neck vest on my knitting machine. I was planning to substitute the yarn, and while working out the calculations, I found a typo.
I emailed the publisher and Vickie emailed back confirming that I caught a mistake.
So... If you are working this sweater vest, the needles called for are 10.5, not 8 as listed in the pattern.
In the end, I decided that the pattern would end up too snug for me to wear at work and could not be worked on the machine. Instead, I created my own version on Knitware Design. Made the back last night, hope to complete it this weekend.
Is machine knitting cheating?