"Traditional Knitting - Patterns of Ireland, Scotland and England" by Gwyn Morgan; St Martins Press; 1981. It is hardcover with 112 pages and some colour photos. It is out of print.
I don't mind knitting I-cord but it is a rather time consuming when I need a long piece for a hoodie tie.
Here is one of the newest DVDs from Lucy Neatby. I have all her DVDs and I highly recommend them for any knitter, both beginner and advanced, who wishes to enhance their knitting skills.
Mmmmmm - I think I may have been getting a little smug. Look closely at the "hexagon" on the right side.
Hey guys, long time no see. I haven't been here in quite awhile. I hope everyone is doing ok.
Having recently finished a scarf for the exchange, I have gone back to my abandoned sock. I have ripped it out twice.
I am so happy that I found this site. At last, men that like to work with textile fibers. Hopefully I will learn how to post photos.
I am crocheting in Public this day, and looking forward to Knitting in Public