Here's something that I made for Ron who is a huge fan of the zombie genre. The pattern is from the Creepy Cute Crochet book which has all kinds of ghoulish things in it.
Random bitching below...
Why is it I can knit socks which are supposed to be so hard and can't even begin a simple dishcloth without it making look like a mess?
Has anyone been to S.A.F.F. in Asheville? It is only a 3 hr. drive for me . Thinking of going up on Sunday.
It's the season of scarf making - and I found this stitch which looks great on a thick, chunky wool. I'm not sure why it's called dot stitch but I liked the look of it.
So I realized, it has been a hell of a long time since I have actually posted a Finished Project on here.
Thursday, October 22nd, 2009: Thirty weeks separate us from the Spring 2010 Men's Knitting Retreat at Easton Mountain.
Here's another photo of the Spanish Armada that took a ribbon at Rhinebeck.
I was going to insert the image into this post - but it's way too big.
I have to say this one was Iceland inspired - I never saw a sweater with as much color work in the body as this one but I wanted to practice with the designs.
Well I finally got out the needles today and casted on for a pair of socks today.
I have completed my hat. This makes me happy as it snowed today. I am not even going to wash it tonight.