new to this forum and enjoying exploring.
and definitely stoked to find a venue for dudes who rock with needles.
And not a moment too soon, my list of projects are piling up with no end in sight.
In addition to the wedding shawl and the mother-in-law's birthday shawl... I also whipped out Susan Lawrence's Forest Canopy Shawl for my sister-in-law, Lisa.
July 13th was my mother-in-law's birthday so Andy and his sister went up to Michigan to spend the Independence Day weekend with her and to deliver her gift...
Tah-Dah! A mere 10 hours before my flight out to Colorado to attend my cousin's wedding... her shawl is complete!
I finished another small project to kind of get me back into the swing of things. It is a carrot dish cloth. I do not know if it is me or my computer but I cannot post a picture here.
I had enough Kroy of the same colour to make a vest. It is just the ticket for these cool mornings and evening. My own design with Paton's Kroy, 3.25 mm needles.
I really enjoy knitting with this yarn. The greatest feature is that is has varied thickness and is much what I would imagine "home spun" yarn to be like.
Hi guys. Wanted to do this for ever ... and now I have ... I've been knitting for years, but I've never done it consistently enough to get very fast. Mostly I've done hats ...
A very close friend of mine is getting married in late September, and I told her I would like to knit her a shawl as a wedding gift.