Knitting On The Edge: ribs, ruffles, lace, fringes, flora, points & picots by Nicky Epstein; 2004; hardcover; 168 pages.
I went to a school board meeting last night, I sat down in the back as always with my knitting bag at my feet and started knitting away, someone sat down next to me and when I glanced over I see a a
Matt and I spent Thanksgiving down in Tucson - I was inspired by the landscape (and beautiful weather) to try to make a saguaro cactus beanie.
I finally finished my first project, a beanie (london beanie) that I found on the net. After taking it on a plane and knitting a week, HA!
To all people who spin out there:
I mentioned it before, but I found this site called Etsy.com...it's pretty cool!
Finished a Fisherman's watchcap today.
It was too small.
This might be the last one of these for awhile.
I just sent my sister a sweater which I knitted. The problem is, somehow I screwed up on the size and the arms are way too wide and floppy.
I finally got around to blocking my first Queen Anne Lace shawl knit from Mario's pattern. I love the pattern. I do apologize for the picture.