I started and finished the front panel for my dad's sweater with the help of the DVD of "TORCH SONG TRILOGY". (The Harvey Fierstein commentary is a hoot).
Someone asked about steeking with sergers and sewing machines... Here's some things I've learned:
So, where we last left off yesterday...I had divided the previously knit enormous back panel in two along a horrible rotten lime green row, shortened the two panels approx 25 stitches (5 inches) on my
Dad's (Fassett) random stripe cardi.
I finished the fronts on mom's cardigan...but I think the neck opening isn't as generous as I would like, so I'm either going to frog back 18 rows (about an hour of knitting) or just do the shaping on
This is the sweater I have returned to for my mom's gift. My plan is to do one row of blocks per day: there is 16 blocks across the front (8 per panel) of 6st x 8 rows).
I've started working on Mom's sweater again. That sigh you hear is not the early spring's balmy breezes, but the weight of guilt being lifted off my shoulders.
I wasted a whole lot of time yesterday working on a retailor job...