I have read the book, "Knitting without tears,' and 'Knitting workshop,'" and now feel inspired to try my hand at making my own rather than working with a given pattern.
I have trouble making the finishing stitches on a circular piece look good.
Does anyone have a recommendation or reference on how to do the finishing stitches?
I think I understand this chart but someone tell me if I'm wrong. Row 1 - *k2, p1,k1 repeat from * to last stitch k1, Row 2 - k1, *p3, k1 repeat from * to end of row.
I have a baby shower to go to this weekend and nobody knows if the baby's a boy or a girl. I suppose in my mind I think it might be a boy.
I've been following the threads at the forums here for a while and decided to join. I would like to extend a friendly hello to my fellow knitters.
I got this awesome new yarn,
I think these would fit him. I'm obviously having a guage problem. It's time to start taking guage swatches seriously. I don't think they turned out that bad - just huge.
All right, this nervous ghoster is going to attempt to finally be a part of this group. :-)
okay - so I only finished the last two rows and bound off - but it was on my mini-vacation! I have witnesses!
3/5 - added some more photos.