He just finished his first pair, complete with cableing (though it's hard to see with the color shifts) from the book Knitting with Balls....
After spending lots of my monthly yarn budget at Knitty City and Yarn Co. here in NYC (two lovely places very helpful and pleasant to visit) I have started my first afghan.
This is the yarn I ended up buying to mix with Sari Silk Yarn.
I have just started (for the second time) a project that requires reading a chart as opposed to reading the actual pattern written out as stitched.
Nice Summer day for a Walk in the neighbirhood and maybe even visit the LYS. You can see the fog in the back trying to sneak into the valley.
Any tips for making bobbins without buying expensive plastic things?
So I'm brand new to knitting - I've completed a dishrag (woohoo!) so far, and I'm working on a hat now.
So here's the next in my series of Soy-Wool-Stripes scarves. This one was knit with the Natural Blue color.
I have made nearly everything out of Michael del Veccio's "Knitting With Balls" and was wondering if there were any other books with interesting patterns for men...
For those who don't already know, you can get knitting and crocheting books at amazon for really cheap. A few days ago I was bidding on the Vogue Hat's book......