Archive - 2011

November 12th

ronhuber's picture

Two Sweaters

I knit a sweater for my neighbour in Mexico from Paton's Bulky on 6mm needles. It is charcoal with a yellow and orange fleck in it. I used the pattern I developed but this time I knit back and forth as I didn't know how the yarn which is 75% acrylic would steek. I knit the sleeves in the round.

November 11th

TheKnittingMill's picture

Introducing The Brethren Sock pattern designed exclusively for the Southeast Men's Knitting Retreat...

Brethren Sock Teaser
(click on the pic to see additional photos on my flickr page)

RickMartin's picture

Redbird - flying away


I made this shawl for my sister-in-law; HOWEVER, a big technical error means I'll have to remake it.

I used Kieran Foley's pattern Blackbird but changed it's name for the most obvious reason.

November 10th

Darrel's picture

Help me win a piano!

Totally not knitting related, but I would love everyone's help in winning a piano. All you have to do is go to https://www.facebook.com/SonnysPianoTV and "like" the video I uploaded. If I get enough votes, I'll win a piano!

Thanks in advance!

scottly's picture

Firefly Foxmore Scarf

I fianally found time to photograph and post this little ditty. It was a fun continuation of my love affair with Elite Classic's Firefly yarn. It's a Rayon/Linen bland and great to work with and really illustrates the magic of blocking. I really like this lace pattern, simple and elegant.

OneNightStans's picture

Looking for a pattern that will go well with multi-color yarn

i have yarn that i got from a friend that's very nice. it's a multi-color yarn that was hand-dyed. i want to make a scarf out of it. i found a pattern that i liked, so when i knitted about 2 inches, the pattern was there, but it was covered up by the busy-ness of the randomized color patterns.

November 9th

Spicemanknit's picture

Regarding a SW (slip and wrap) stitch

I am currently working on a pair of children's socks. The pattern is a Lion Brand's Wool-Ease, #70480A.

According to the instructions for shaping the heel it states, (19 stitches on needle)
(WS) P18 sts, SW next st, turn
I would do this having 1 st less on each row and continue until 10 stitches have been work.

Then I would add stitches back on needle as follow

donmaur's picture

having fun creating

I am making a lot of toys for kids and reliving my youth while I am doing it.here is a dolly and some puppet mitts
and i recently finished a topsy turvy elephant/ puppy combination and am working on a lamb chops puppet,the money made from these goes to oxfam don

November 8th

Bill's picture

Madrona - February 16-19, 2012

Madrona Fiber Arts
Winter Retreat
February 16-19, 2012

anyone planning to go?
...I am.
...would love to see some of our members there...
Bill

AKQGuy's picture

A Finish Worthy of a Break

Fro