As you can see, blizzards are conducive to knitting. Soon I'll have to pause and spin up some more yarn to finish up.
I changed that scary picture...
I am interested in getting a swift, but since it is not the sort of thing you can amble into your local Zeller's and pick up, I might have to order it.
Sweater blocker, or mideval torture device?- you decide.
Just out shovelling snow for the last hour. Now inside for a while until I have to do it again in a couple of hours. Or until the plow goes down our road. A good day to stay inside and knit.
I haven't read anything by Joel Derfner before, but this book, to be published next May, might be a fun and interesting read.
I cut the arm and neck steeks yesterday with a little encouragement from my Bud. The sweater did not explode, nor did the knitting police come and haul me off.
Wool & Company is a *b*e*a*u*t*i*f*u*l* spacious knitters wonderland in the quaint hamlet of Geneva, IL. The shop is in the historic downtown area... on Third Street... just south of Rte 38.
Wow... it's been a month since I have logged on to post!
Here I am, hard at work on a Liesel scarf for my mother for Christmas. I'm using Cascade 220 Quatro.