Oh boy, the Governor of Oregon just came out and said that teachers should work ten days for free to help out the State. I have a mental middle finger for our Governor. Please!
Here is a pic of a pattern I am working on. I am have it test knit now. Will post after I have it checked for errors.
Thanks, guys, for all the kind words. I have to get an image of the sweater on here, soon, lest I be branded as a provocateur or prevaricator...or both!
As I knit one project, I'm always thinking about the next 2 or 3 projects and I find that I get my ideas for next projects in different ways.
I've been wanting to make this hat for a long, long time and I'm ready to start. The pattern says 16" for woman's size. Also says to fit a woman (man).
Here it is! It's just basic feather and fan, super easy, but it looks so nice, and I just love working with alpaca!
I've got a class to teach in Atlanta all next week.
Are there any yarn shops I should visit while I'm there?
Anything else exciting I should make sure to do?
This is some nice yarn that looks like Malabrigo or even Manos del Uruguay which I found very useful for my hats because of the softness.
Latest scarf - and hopefully last - for a while!
Check out the details: www.knitaholics.com.
Here is a picture of my next project. It is a cardigan for one of my roommates. So far I have the front and back and just a couple of inches on the right sleeve.