Just a reminder that the Men's Knitting Retreat in Allenspark, CO is less than two months away. It goes from 18 - 21 of July.
Last I knew, we were only at half capacity - or less - so there are lots of chances for you to still register for a great weekend in the Rocky Mountains. Go to the Men's Knitting Retreats website, or the links through the RMMKR page on Ravelry's MKR group.
Arbor Day came and went. I did not get to plant a tree this year, sad. I did thin down my perennial herb bed, sharing culinary herbs with neighbors was almost as rewarding. I mean who does not enjoy fresh oregano, thyme, sage, rosemary, mint, and lemon balm.
So I posted this blog post over at my knitting shop's blog yesterday:
I think it's a really fun thing to think about. It's nowhere near as entertaining as "Knittingman"s blogs, but hopefully it's helpful.
I think named this pattern wrong...it's the leaves of grass
My best to the guys gathering with QueerJoe's leadership! Have a great time. Wish I wuz there!
Hope you guys are doing awesome and there are some awesome things going on. My question is odd, but how many needles, or sets of needles do you have? How do you store them?
The reason I ask is that I now have about 150 sets of needles...NO, not separate needles, sets...1-10.5.
Thanks for any inspiration anyone can offer.
A young man I know has a story to tell…where family and friends knit relationships. I play a part, a small one, but I wanted to share this with my comrades at Men Who Knit. I am a long-term HIV survivor, but I will let him tell you
Worked on my mac, but HTML codes are not my forte.
I'm back and more involved with knitting and designing again.
I've created my first for sale pattern on ravelry. It is my go-to pattern for hats, and I wrote it out as a recipe for re-sizing etc (my preferred method of knitting patterns).
Check it out.