just finished shawl for husband's (still weird to say. i'll get used to it, i guess) grandmother for her 93rd bday. it's socal, but she still gets cold.
OK, thanks to everyone who looked; I finally found it (picture from their website).
I received my scarf from Eric on Friday and couldn't be more happy with it. It is absolutely gorgeous and a perfect match to my jacket.
I have to confess I have been a member of this site for some time and have never posted. I have commented a few times but have been a lurker (covers face in shame!)
Watched two DVD's last night...both documentaries...Yes, always trying to improve himself, that's our boy.
Well I finished my Angora shawl. The very first thing I made entirely with my own handspun Angora fibre, the real reason I learned how to knit.
I am no novice at knitting ive been doing so for little over 17 years now, but, shock horror!, I haven't a clue as to how to knit socks, any handy tips, or perhaps links to a website that explains it
I finally finished what I started two years ago, and I had promised to my mom I'd have finished for her in less then a year....in the end it took a little over two years, and I am proud of what i did
I'm working a seed stitch sleeve in the round from the shoulder to the cuff, which means that I have to decrease stitches every few rows. I've frogged the @*#$% thing three times today because I just can't get the decreases right.
Used two skeins eco wool with size 10?