The monthly get-together (last Tuesday of the month) for the guys to sit around and knit, converse and drink some java.
Joe Coffeehouse, 1100 Walnut Street (@ 11th Street), Philadelphia, PA
This was my first attempt at "lace". I had just taught myself to knit and this was my first real project. Once I got the hang of it I made quick progress. I think it kind of looks like bamboo!
I made this potholder as a card for my guy.
Here is the first pair of fingerless gloves. My friend Ken dyed the yarn and I love the way the colors play through. Keep my hands warm while reading the NYTimes. Hopefully this will get the picture up to the site. Still a bit of a dunce when doing this.
Here's a pig I made last summer. Ollie will always be the most handsome pig on MWK, but this guy (named "Pig") is royalty in our home. He's made from an 80-20 cotton-merino blend, which is very soft. This was a gift for my partner, who fell in love with it in a book we saw at a shop.
I learned a lot on this, my first "big" project. Foremost: learn to finish and seam for real before attepting something I intend to wear!
Japanese NORO Kureyon, brushed wool, numbers 88 and 138 (I think):View them here
Soak in cold water with Woolite or other fiber-friendly mild liquid soap. Nothing antibacterial or with anything that could be counted as bleach. Rinse in cold water
Just finishing the back of my latest sweater. I've completed one arm as well. Should be wearing a nice thick sweater just in time for a warm spring day...
My latest work done - nice warm sweater with hood also a drops - design 85-1
Love and care Palle
Happy Birthday!!! Congratulations Charles Burbridge!!
I love your show in TV!!
I didn't get a scarf last Christmas, any left for me?