OK, guys - here's the dilemma... I live in Southwest Florida, and the only yarn shop within about a 40 mile radius is going to be closing at the end of April.
I want you to know that I don't just sit around idly all the time. I always have something I am working on in my hands, and that is usually my spinning on the CD spindle.
Is someone able to direct me to a site that gives you an estimation of how much yarn one needs to knit a sweater.
I don't want to wear out my welcome with yet another hat, but I am posting the patterns on Ravellry (which I can barely comprehend, unlike our easy-to-get little home here), and for some reason I have
Teaching again...though some say I've never stopped, especially with those non-compliant types who won't give up control...they eventually, inevitably, succumb.
I have been wanting to learn to do socks for quite some time but was very intimidated. While on You Tube one night browsing I typed in knitting socks and it brougt up many videos.
Took me three months to finish, but I learned a lot in the process. This is a "Weasley Sweater" from "Charmed Knits" by Alison Hansel, based on the sweaters Mrs.
Massive Yarn Ball Rolls Through San Francisco!
This is pure silliness...but great fun...
I've been having a blast designing my own, totally one-of-a-kind sweater vest.
Thyought you all needed a treat...Blacker designs, one of my favourite wool places online, has a valentine's day sale. Their Gotland worsted spun is particularly lovely.