I don't know if you all will think this is a good idea, or even if someone's already done it, but I created a community map on mapme.com :
Well I set my goal for the extended weekend - I'm going to finish the never ending sweater project. I have the front & back panels done.
At MSRT I took the combined knitting workshop... i guess i knew i was a combined knitter, because i'd had other people tell me that, but i didn't really know what it meant.
I've seen some patterns that, in their glossary, state that sl1 means "slip 1 as if to knit." Others indicate in their glossary to "slip 1 as if to purl" when you see sl1.
My question is, is there a default for when a pattern doesn't indicate whether you are to slip 1 as if to knit or as if to purl? If it just says "sl1" and does not have a glossary, which way do you slip it?
of spindle spun yarn ready for the needles
Hey guys, I haven't been on in a while, but I thought I'd drop in and say hello.
My current projects:
Lately, I've been doing the cabled cast-on (I think some people call this "knitting on"?) as my default cast-on.
This video was taken on Thursday Morning very early before a lot of the guys arrived. It gives you an idea of the beautiful grounds this place has and it was very nice and cool, for that day only.