Making the thong

I started making the thong. I have gotten to the front pouch. I must admit that part of the intstructions are a little confusing but I may have figured it out. We'll see though when the pouch is done. No,  I will not model it here, not with my dunlap. LOL.

Jeff1201PA's picture

Monogrammed Coasters

I am so pleased with my latest creation - the monogrammed coaster set.  It is a take-off on my Mother's Day coaster set with elements of my relief dishrag thrown in. 

Coasters

 

I had to draft out the shape of the monogram relief myself on graph paper, but it really wasn't too difficult.  Thankfully, the letter 'M', which is the first letter of my boyfriend's last name, was pretty easy as well as symmetrical, which is important because the coasters are meant to be reversible.  The 'M' is in reverse-stockinette on the right side and stockinette on the wrong side.

atravelingknitter's picture

Help!!!

Help Please!  I am trying to find a simple beret pattern done in finger wieght yarn. having no luck I made one and it looks like a homeless person I will be that homeless person!! on the street, so if you see me say hi and nice hat. please if any one has a good pattern the beret is for a friend going through chemo. ( now you can see why I wouldn't give him the homeless hat, although I have no pride, he does) Thanks

Jeff1201PA's picture

Swimwear

I've been watching and waiting for someone to answer Martin's call to create and model swimwear.  Well, I needed a new bathing suit and so I decided it was time for me to venture into knitting apparel.  I have to say that the results are positive. 

First, I present the thong:

THONG OOOGA OOOGA

potterdc's picture

Sweater in progress

Loose stitch problem

Ok guys... I've got a problem that, frankly, I don't know what to do to fix. Whenever I go from a knit stitch to a purl stitch, that knit stitch always seems to be loose and misshapen and there tends to be a gap between the two. Now, the gap isn't a huge issue for me because the "rib" (so to speak) generally hides that. But the loose knit stitches are the bane of my knitting at the moment. I've tried tightening them 10 ways from Sunday and I still can't get them even. I don't know if it's something weird like the angle I purl at, but it's always when I go from knits to purls. Here's a picture. Any ideas?

Gay Pride Events - New York City

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I know there are several Men Who Knit in the NYC area and I bet there will be more coming into town for Gay Pride, as I will be doing. Is there any interest in getting together for coffee (or cocktails) and knitting one evening? I'd welcome a chance to meet others in person and discuss / show off our latest creations. If there is no interest in a formal event, I'll be in town from Friday thru Monday and I'm always looking to meet new people.

Location:
NEW YORK CITY, NY, UNITED STATES

timgets2's picture

Would you rip out your work to fix a mistake?

How dare you ask that? MY precious stitches?
1% (1 vote)
Just a little, but I would try to hide the small flaws
24% (29 votes)
After throwing it across a room, making sure not to hurt anyone, sure.
18% (21 votes)
For the right price....
6% (7 votes)
All the time! Anything for perfection!
52% (62 votes)
Total votes: 120
timgets2's picture

Lace Obsessed fashion bugs

i find that every so often i go through phases of knitting. i am currently in a lace garment phase, squinting over yo's and psso's. its been fun figuring out new patterns and creating my own, only to have to pull it out and go back....ahh perfection.

now i have a question. how do you guys feel about ripping out your work to fix a mistake? i mean, i know if its a big mistake its worth it....to some people. i personally need to take out the work if its big. even sometimes if its small. it helps us to become better knitters, i think. learning how to fix boo boos allows us to become extraordin-hairy knitters.

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CamoKap

Made this while driving from Dallas to Plano last night. Wanted to send it to a friend in the military, but it is the wrong color scheme and it's kinda hot over there.

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