Archive - 2013

May 15th

AKQGuy's picture

Startitis Update.


From AKQGuy

May 14th

Sock-it-2me's picture

Really Good Manly Socks !

I have been test knitting sock yarn for Ellen at Fiber Curio and Sundries.com Here is their latest offering: a wonderful 80% Cheviot, 20% mohair fingering that I knit into a pair of basic top down socks, with a partridge eye heel flap and round toe. The yarn is crisp and lustrous, a natural dark charcoal. It makes a very sturdy, manly sock that can be machine washed and wears well.

May 12th

KenInMaine's picture

Girasole

For the past six weeks or so I have been working on Girasole by Brooklyn Tweed (Jared Flood). It is a circular lace pattern that can be worked as a shawl or a

PaulKnittingNow's picture

Another Vest pattern Question

Hi all,

knittingman's picture

They Won't Knit!

Check out my latest blog about those who don't knit and their reasonable alternatives: drugs and alcohol, monastic life, institutionalization or euthanasia.

http://knittingman.wordpress.com/2013/05/13/they-wont-knit/

davidUK's picture

....very off topic....

Greetings all,

Some of you may remember that I was working on a cabaret opera based on the true story of the Papin Sisters...well it's on this year in Bath:
http://bathfestivals.org.uk/music/event/an-eye-for-an-eye/

Then in Orkney (I'll be stocking up on their marvellous locally-produced North Ronaldsay wool)

http://www.stmagnusfestival.com/programmedetail.htm

May 11th

steve kadel's picture

Brioche stitch

All the examples I see of brioche seem like di weight or heavier. Has anyone ever used finger or lace weight so its airier

May 10th

New York Built's picture

Off Topic - On Spire

I just had the most day-shattering experience. The final height of the Freedom Tower was installed today...making a visible void in the New York City skyline...filled.

Many of you know I have worked on the Village Halloween Parade over the past fifteen years...a labor of love, professional management and shock of the new...on an annual basis.

clneeley's picture

Ripple Afghan

Here's a recently completed ripple afghan I crocheted for a friend. I followed the Neat Ripple Pattern from Lucy at Attic24. A fairly easy, mindless pattern once you get going.

May 9th

Kerry's picture

Finally finished !

After about four years I've finally finished this Shetland shawl. The pattern is A Knitted Veil from Victorian Lace Today, the yarn is a natural coloured laceweight wool from the Melanian Sheepgrowers in Western Australia, it measured out at 70cm x 207cm.