Currently projects on needles smaller than 3 US.
What can I say that hasn't already been said. Pure genius.
I can't really add anything new here, everyone's said it all. I like the pattern in the Fair Isle stuff. It was good to look at your progress on the boxers. I really like the yarn choices. It's amazing the patterns made by the multi-colored (self-striping?) yarn.
Very lovely work, Kenny. It took me a moment to recognize the "Don" reference to mean her book on Fair Isle. Such lovely patterns and your colorways use them to great advantage. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Kenny, you are such an accomplished knitter - I am in awe!
The Fair Isle is very clean looking and even. Bravo!
Kenny, I LOVE the fair isle work!!! I was checking out that project the other night on your Rav page. The colors are so great and your KNITTING...OMG...I want to knit like you when I grow up!
Mill, i love you because you're so sweet. It is nothing other than just pure perseverance.
Lovely work Kenny. Is it Shetland wool?
Love the geometric and striped patterns...absolutely beautiful!
Man, I want to knit like that! Love, love, love your Fair Isle stuff, Kenny. Love the colors. Love the pattern. I can see that I need to start working with smaller needles and lighter weight yarn. Those are beautiful, Kenny.
Thank you Tom. That's sweet!
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