Archive - Apr 2011

April 16th

2manyhobbies's picture

Samples of cast-ons / bind-offs

I finished my 4 samples, and if you're curious to see, here's the comparisons of the 4 cast ons and bind offs side by side

Cast ons:

April 15th

Craig's picture

Sock Knitting

Finally made a bag for my sock knitting, needs some tweaking, but it works.

TheKnittingMill's picture

FISH HAT EATS CHIHUAHUA!

cheeseandstuff's picture

VEGAS WEEKEND!

So I started a project that i´ve wanted to do for a really long time that had been postponed because of my lack of yarnology.

beenieg80's picture

IT'S FRIDAY!!!

I so do not feel like working today, maybe that’s why I’ve been on MWK and Ravelry all morning.

a_strange_boy's picture

Jumper, tension and quilting!?

After having spent quite a while knitting my first jumper and discovering that it was much much much too large (I might gift it to Hagrid!) I became quite disheartened with knitting and so just did si

chipsir's picture

Completed Gifts

I have just finished a couple of gifts for my partner's nephew's wife and their new son born this week. Mittens for her and Jacket/Tam for the new baby.

April 14th

Aaronknits's picture

Needles That Live Up To Their Name

Since there's been some discussion here lately about interchangables, I thought this post I did for the Fiber Arts Blog was worth repeating here.

TheKnittingMill's picture

Tubular Cast On using Judy Becker's Magic Cast On

Here's the technique that I referenced in a thread where we were discussing different cast ons and cast offs.

Topher's picture

Doctor Who taught me how to knit

Well, not really, but it was because of Doctor Who that I taught myself how to knit. I loved the scarves that Tom Baker wore during his tenure as the Doctor.