If you haven't been impatiently checking the Knitty website in the last day or so, you may not know that the autumn (fall?) edition of this on-line magazine is now available. Along with our very own "Men Who Knit", Knitty has to be one of the best resources for news and creativity on the net (they aren't paying me to say this, not even in free yarn).
yesterdeay I was frustrated - couldn't knit - but had designs rumbling around in my head like bumpercars; so now have two new shawl patterns to post.
Hi Guys...for anyone who will be at Rhinebeck on Saturday, October 18th and is interested in a planning session for the 2009 Men's Spring Knitting Retreat at Easton Mountain, let me know and I'll tell
hoping that I can upload more then one pic this time
right some of you have been asking for other examples of things I've knitted so far, I will upload some of the sweaters I am proudest of, but could not possibly upload pics of absolutely everything Iv
All right, so I'm on here looking around, but the setup isn't really clicking in my head yet. Can someone try and show me the ropes? It would be much appreciated. Thanks.
Christmas is coming so I have set aside my own sweater and am knitting a sweater for my sister. It is my own design of a basket weave with a horseshoe cable on either side of the opening.
I wanted to try something to challenge me and since it was summer i thought i would work in cotton. This sweater is from Men In Knits by Tara Jon Manning and the pattern is knitted flat.
The Russian Join is my new favorite join method for yarns that can't be felted (synthetics or the unsuspecting superwash wool...LOL). See knittinghelp.com's video of it below.