Here I am almost done with part one, be careful the snakes will bite, and so will I lol!
Hey all you Portland knitters!
One of the things I did last weekend while desporting myself with 88 women at the Seven Hills Inn and Resort in Lenox, Mass was attend a workshop in lace knitting taught by Pam Allen.
OK, I found the perfect thing for me to knit for my friend. You can see one at www.queerjoe.com/patterns/willie_warmer Also on www.yoopercrafts.com I have become an expert at toe up socks.
I was at WEBS last friday - becuse hey, it was only an hour's detour from where I was going anyway. Too close to pass up a visit.
And I bought a swift. (among other things)
the last image is almost as close to the actual colors....and sorry that the pics are so big
I just couldn't resist the purchase of the Royal Doulton mug dated 1936. When you look at the photos, I think you'll agree it is a must-have!
I want to start MMario's Faux Spanish Lace Shawl.
I saw SKP (I think) on Knitting Help. I need visuals so I watched it.
I keep on working on this hat and wanted to give you a visual update. I really like the texture it is taking, stay tuned!
I am interested in getting some dp needle sets for sock knitting. In the Knit Picks catalogue there is a set of Nickel-Plated Needles, 6 sizes, 5 needles per size.