Finally posting a picture of the scarf that I knitted for the MWK Scarf Exchange 1. I did the "Danica" entrelac scarf by Jesse Loesberg off of Knitty.com I made the scarf one square wider...
Here is one of my christmas projects. I'm making this for a friend who requested a hat a long time ago. I'm bringing sexy back by trying it on before it's finished.
Here are some of the little Christmas ornaments I've been making for my family and friends using (mostly) leftover scraps of wool from other projects.
After agonizing at my LYS and totally balking (silently, of course) at the LYS ladies' suggestions, I finally settled on a couple of yarns and have started on the scarf.
Has anyone heard of a scarf pattern that when finished is rather small but then you drop some stitches and it grows to great lengths?
I gathered together some various yarns from my stash so I could make another sweater.
Since Britisher has brought up the subject of binding off, I would be interested in hearing how others handle bind offs.
I find there's something very satisfying about picking up stitches to make the neckband of a sweater (or to knit sleeves gansay-style from shoulder down). Perhaps it's the reassurance that you've almost made it after knitting the body and arms.
Lots of people have been asking how I am, where I am and what I'm up to, so I decided a little update was in order!
I am sorry for the delay, but I am happy to report that all matchups have been mailed. If you do not have an email from me (MWKExchange@gmail.com), check a couple of things: