So, my gansey is almost finished and I'm thinking about how to block it. Since the sleeves were knit from the shoulders out, it is basically a drop shoulder sweater.
I finally finished knitting the Tina shawl on Christmas Eve. So today, on New Year's Eve, I blocked it out on the living room carpet. It took about 4 months or so to knit.
I changed my user pic to this one because I am yet again trying to knit a sweater for our naked macaw Sonic.
I thought you all might get a kick out of this photograph.
I just noticed that one of the advertisements on this blog is for "knitting cruises." Has anyone been on one of these?
does anyone remember a post a few months back with an AMAZING dark gray sweater that had diagonal cables on the torso?
More stuff from my fascinating Christmas gift. The booklet is titled "Knitting Knowledge" and it was published in 1943. These are called open mesh stitches and I find them very interesting.
I got a contract to repair a dog-chewed Christmas stocking today. The woman brought it to me, and I had to laugh.
This is an odd predicament. I finished all of my holiday knitting, and I have not yet begun the knit along project scheduled to begin next week, so I have absolutely no projects on needles.