I'm sure this commercial is much more meaningful to knitters than it is to
a non-knitter who is in the market for obscenely expensive cars.
Hi...time for another question re harrison vest pattern...
I am at the section where I am shaping the shoulders, and I keep ending up
with six 'extra' stitches when i am completing the first side, reversing
Here is what it says:
(parenthesis my comments)
This mommoth statue in the Yukon is even more wooly after yarn bombing !
Has anyone taken an online class from Craftsy.com?
I have tried the free short row class, free with registration. It was helpful. Anyone have any info on the full classes?
Just finished the Old Forge Afghan in madelinetosh vintage, porcelain and rust. A fast and fun knit with the exception of the boarder that just seemed to take forever. I tried to upload pictures but the file is too big
Just a reminder that the Men's Knitting Retreat in Allenspark, CO is less than two months away. It goes from 18 - 21 of July.
Last I knew, we were only at half capacity - or less - so there are lots of chances for you to still register for a great weekend in the Rocky Mountains. Go to the Men's Knitting Retreats website, or the links through the RMMKR page on Ravelry's MKR group.
Arbor Day came and went. I did not get to plant a tree this year, sad. I did thin down my perennial herb bed, sharing culinary herbs with neighbors was almost as rewarding. I mean who does not enjoy fresh oregano, thyme, sage, rosemary, mint, and lemon balm.
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 think named this pattern wrong...it's the leaves of grass