Archive - Jul 2011

July 18th

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

So many memories.

Quinton beat me to it but here's my "Thank You" to Brady and Frank for the great Knitting Retreat and all their work to make it happen.

AKQGuy's picture

Post Retreat Blues

My first all male knitting retreat was fantastic. I would like to thank Frank and Brady for all the work they put into it to make it the event that it was.

July 17th

potterdc's picture

Boneyard: Done!

Finished up Boneyard early last week - got unexpectedly busy with the Dalai Lama being in town for the Kalachakra and just now getting around to posting pics.

Slipped Stitch's picture

Another Christmas Project on the horizon!

I'm going to be working up the Snow Forest Yule Table Runner/Napkin Rings by Hazel Roots and was wondering if anyone has already done this.

remove marker, slip stitch, replace marker. Why?

July 16th

KenInMaine's picture

One step forward, one step back...

I am all finished kitting the body and the lace edging for the Triangular Summer Shawl in Nancy Bush's Estonian lace book.

Slipped Stitch's picture

Suggestions for an executive style scarf to make with this beautiful Alpaca yarn?

I was back visiting my brother and his family in Omaha over the 4th of July holiday and decided to make him an executive style scarf for Christmas this year.

ronhuber's picture

More socks

I have always tried to knit a pair of socks every month besides my other knitting. However, they have become my favourite thing to do lately.

July 15th

PaulJMC's picture


Ok, started a jumper with this amazing Alpaca but...

By the time I got to the armholes (knitting the beast in the round) I realised:

1. I don't like Seed Stitch en masse

Loom Dude's picture

Interviews With Fellow Men Who Knit!

I’d like to introduce you to two unique fiber artists: Michael Leach, who is on a fascinating two year quest to master the art of knitting and crocheting.