Having been inspired by knitting the blocks for the Jason project, and Andy's ongoing LTKA, I have decided to knit an afghan composed of squares.
Just to remind you guys to once in a while Knit in Public. From the town of Quebradillas in Puerto Rico to my Men Who Knit friends with love.
Thanks for stopping by!
The recent passing of another business in New York City is a snore, an "in the meantime" affair, the pause that refreshes the landscape.
I finished my second square for Jason, and am going nowhere near it with a hot iron this time!
I keep going back to this pattern and just noticed that there's a project in need of volunteers through June 9th in conjunction with Sock Summit 2009 in Portland Oregon.
ehh...I'm a complete moron when it comes to circular needles and knitting in the round, this is probably the reason why every hat/cap I've ever knitted looks like it was made by a toddler, now the QA
I feel like a horrible liar if you think my previous blog was my absolute first attempt at spinning.
So, I was given this yarn which I absolutely love.....yeah I know it's soooo gay, but then so am I!
I went with a bunch of women on a trip to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.
I've noticed a curious thing- when I have a limited time available for knitting, say ten minutes until it's time to leave for work, I find myself attending to and savoring each individual stitch.