Thanks again to everyone for your help and support as I was first picking up needles and yarn.
What natural fibers (i.e., NOT acrylic) would be washable, would not lint/pill, and is hypo-allergenic?
I picked up a few sets of Clover bamboo DPN's with Michael's 50% off coupons. So, I decided tonight to sit down and try them out. After frogging twice, I got something going.
So, here's the finished product!
I finished the fronts on mom's cardigan...but I think the neck opening isn't as generous as I would like, so I'm either going to frog back 18 rows (about an hour of knitting) or just do the shaping on
Well here it is. I' m so happy it's done, recycled silk is horrible to work with. It's dirty, overly twisted, breaks in the middle of a stitch and is impossiple to keep even tension with.
Hey guys, im currently working on the back of a sweater i started a few weeks ago. Ive finally gotten to the raglan shaping part of it, and the pattern instructions are confusing the hell out of me.
I finally finished my Liesel Scarf by Mary Joy Gumayagay, after some mishaps and odd setbacks.
Nobody wants to help me and my class knit a few slippers, use up their scraps for cancer patients? I think I would get more of a response.