As I was finishing this first panel, I had another idea for the opposite panel pop up in my head. It would take some work to plan, but I think it would make the tote a little more fun. So I'm debating what to do. But here is a photo of the now-completed "face" of the tote.
I usually hide away all of my craft paraphernalia and projects between the months of April and October, preferring to take advantage of the summer months to get outside and be active. But this year I have been bitten by the knitting bug earlier than usual.
Just a quick post before I head into work this Black Friday. Earlier in the week I finished the Harry Potter illusion project I've been working on. I stumbled across the pattern for this project a while back and thought it a fantastic idea: what better way to commemorate the magic of Harry Potter than by a "magical" knitting project. I absolutely love sharing this project with people.
I began reading the Harry Potter series while still in high school and immediately became a die-hard fan.
Hey guys, just popping in for a quick word. I've set aside the knitting needles for a few days to return to a big crocheting project that's been a year in the making.
I'm actually already halfway finished with my newest project - a throw whose pattern I found in a pattern booklet : Afghan Medley to knit.
So it's taken me some time, but my first knitting project is finally complete! Here are some pictures.
The scarf is pretty long - I prefer long scarves to the ones that refuse to stay wrapped around your neck. Its final dimensions are: 65.5" x 8.5". That should definitely keep me warm this winter!
Despite my deep eagerness to move onto something big, I have ultimately decided to keep my first project simple. I am knitting a scarf with some leftover yarn I had sitting around the house. I am using a Caron(R) Simply Soft(R) yarn. The color is Dark Country Blue, which I love because it is the closest thing to my favorite color that I could find in any of my local craft shops. I'm ribbing the scarf, alternating 1 purl, 1 knit stitch for a smaller rib. I'm not quite sure how this will turn out, but I will be certain to keep you all updated on my progress.
Hello everyone! Just a little bit more about myself: I am completely new to knitting - I just started teaching myself today, haha. I have been crocheting since I was about 8 years old, but as I grew older I began to form an interest in knitting as well. So I began researching it and here I am. I guess I'm off to a decent start. I guess having some history in crocheting helped out a little.
I am exicted to be a part of this new community! I was happy to have stumbled across this website. I look forward to getting to know many of you.