Archive - Sep 3, 2008 - Blog entry

YarnGuy716's picture

Have Some Pi...

Back in January 2007 the Greater Buffalo Knitters Guild held a Lace Shawl Knit-Along seminar. We met for 10 weeks learning the basics of lace and knitting a Pi Shawl.

Kerry's picture

My latest book purchase

"Wild Tea Cosies" by Loani Prior was released here (Australia) recently with 24 fabulous patterns, I want to knit them all. The cover photo looks like something Carmen Miranda might wear.

grandcarriage's picture

Too much?

I have this GORGEOUS yarn: think a pretty version of camo~ Forest and emerald green, gold, chocolate brown, rust, in a light worsted...it was designed for heavy winter socks (toasty toes or some such)

ksmarguy's picture

Austin anyone!??

Just a shot in the dark, but is anyone from on here going to be at Out & Equal's Summit in Austin? Or know of any good LYS near the convention center??? I need some nice new yarn...

crmartin's picture

Feather and Fan Scarf

This is a scarf I just completed for my daughter. I used two skeins of Fiesta Yarns Baby Boom, a DK weight, yarn in the Navajo Silver colorway and size US 7 needles. She lives in NC and wanted a

AdrianG's picture

Pattern recommends worsted but...

... I would like to make a thinner, lighter version of a classic cardigan. How do I go about converting the yarn amounts and sizing?

Thor's picture

Claiming My Name

I am Thor.

Thundering. Loud. Powerful. Kind of Obnoxious...

I am reclaiming my name.

- formerly WJBDineen

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Tea Cozy FO

My partner's best friend, Ted (http://www.deadrobot.com/) from Toronto and his legally wedded husband, Mich (http://sharkboy.ca/) (Canadians are so progressive!) came down to Saugatuck, MI for camping