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hizKNITS's picture

an arm-full

second sleevea very productive week, indeed. since my last post, I'm twenty rows shy of finishing the second sleeve.

now that I'm back into the swing of things, it's time to get a-designing. knitty.com's men's issue was a disappointment, as far as number of male designers. I know we're out there, but I recognize my own lack of a contribution.

I tip my hat off to those of you who submitted, whether or not you were published. thank you for representing our gender. I also tip my hat to those who've engaged knitty's editor.

Knipper's picture

Feather and Fan (or Old Shale) pattern

Have been experimenting with the feather and fan pattern to make some scarves.  First decided to use some of my Koigu stash and make a scarf using 5 of the skeins.  Out of the 50 gr skein I used 28 gr, comprising 25 repeats of the pattern (4 rows for each repeat).  Liked the look of  it quite a bit.  Could even use 3 full Koigu skeins and get a scarf almost the same length of 50 inches long.  Idea is to let colors flow into each other.  After using 2 1/2 skeins, I placed on holder and began using other 2 1/2 from the opposite direction.  When length the same, I grafted pieces together with kitchener stitch.