OK, so I've decided to make a friend of mine some socks or felted slippers. Trouble is he wears a size 13 shoe. Holy Moly! How much yarn am I going to need for this project?
OK Guys, I know this is a forum for Men Who Knit, but I've noticed we would be more accurately described as a multi-talented diverse bunch of guys that are into about everything in one way shape manne
Every time I check this web site, I am amazed to see more new guys signed up and either contributing or lurking.
A birthday present for my cousin to keep her feet warm while she waits out the presidential primaries/soap opera to play itself out.
Here's my dilemma: I have made so much chocolate fudge, so much peanut butter fudge, and so much divinity in the past few days, it's no wonder I haven't gotten any knitting done. I hate that.
The local elementary school called and asked me if I could come in and teach a group of 2nd graders (7 and 8 year olds) how to knit. So far 3 kids are signed up (2 boys and a girl).
I just got word via email that one of the LYSs in Spokane, Washington is for sale. I don't have any details, but if any of you are interested, here's their website:
Hey all you Portland knitters!
So here I am working on the so called scarf knit along, and I just have to wonder, did I misread the pattern or what?
I was in Spokane WA yesterday and stopped in at Paradise Fiders. Whoa. Knowledgeable, friendly staff and stock like you wouldn't believe. Yarn, needles, books, vidoes, DVDs. Definately a "no frills" setting though. 99% of their business is done online, so if you stop by, you're in a warehouse and in order to checkout, you take your purchases over to Travis who sits behind a computer monitor responding to internet orders. I know someone on MWK has already highly recommended this business for online orders, I'd just like to add they're also a nice bunch to stop by and see in person.