So, I just posted the blanket that I made on here the other day. I LOVE how it came out, being that it's my first big project. But I'm sad to announce that it'll be leaving me next weekend.
After juggling about five shawls for a time, I'm happy to have finished my Traveling Woman shawl. I was encouraged to knit it after seeing Ron's (Ravelry name moreliaman) version.
So, I finished filming a trailer for the book "Mad Man Knitting," and as many of you would guess, I did two versions.
Check it out! http://2020science.org/2010/07/25/knitting-science/#more-3464
Hi all, I finished Little Bo Peep last week but my camera batteries had to be charged. Here she is; let me know what you think! I have more pictures on my blog at http://loomdude.blogspot.com .
He's teaching a whole day's worth of classes at Dixon Lambtown that sound intriguing. The prices are so high that I would really feel cheated if they weren't good.
Let me start by saying that there were 25 kids signed up to do finger knitting today at our library, with my daughter and I, ready to teach.
So, I've finished a small, throw-sized blanket about a week ago which took me like 3 weeks to complete.
I have a vacation coming up where I'll be 12 hours on an international flight (Egypt Air), and I'm wondering if I can bring my knitting? Does anyone have any information or experiences?
My wife and I organized an area on our sun porch last spring for knitting. It has a couch, rocking chair, dresser, and shelves for yarn storage.