Archive - Oct 2008 - Blog entry

October 25th

Loup's picture

Mittens from Middle -Norway

To pairs off traditional mittens from my home area. the mittens to the left are called " sjøvotter" sea mittens or fishermans mittens.

October 24th

Loup's picture

Sweater, colors from plants.

Made it three years ago, but I have never used it.

BuduR's picture

Well Hello Boys!

well I know it's been FOREVER since I have been around. I've been busy throwing lemons and boy are my arms tired! *rim shot*

twistknit's picture

yarn harlot

Rhinebeck was so much fun and I managed to get my picture taken with "The Yarn Harlot" even though I made a bumbling fool of myself.

Crafty Andy's picture

Barroque Christmas / Navidad Barroca

This is one of the most interesting hats that I have made. I guess I keep surprising myself with the creativity that Tapestry Crochet enables me to express.

October 23rd

BrentCLW's picture

New Job, Moving and Knitting Restrictions :-(

Well, I've gotten a new job in a new state with a new company. I'll be working in the development office of Planned Parenthood Health Systems in Raleigh, NC.

asgalbraith's picture

My Knitting Blog


jedwards's picture

hi guys

hi guys i know i haven't written anything in a long time..... i have a question for u spinners..... i would like to know what detergent would be good to wash merino and alpaca with?

albert's picture

Need some help-

Can one knit a raglan sweater in the round, steeking the armholes and then pick up the sleeve stitches and knit down to the cuffs vs.

TomH's picture

Finally Blocked my "Summer Into Fall" shawl

I finished knitting this in early July and just finally got around to blocking it today. Here's a picture of it drying on my blocking board. I used JaggerSpun Maine Line 2/8 in curry color.