Nathanial from Tuscon, AZ
Paul from MA
Kevin King from NJ
and DSchultz from Ann Arbor, MI!
About a week ago I was in Toronto for work and Dennis (aka Chipsir) was kind enough to direct me to Romni Wools where he works a few days each week.
Today, I was broadsided by a snot-nosed idiot on the subway as I knitted up the sleeve on the sweater I'm currently working on.
Here are my contributions to the blanket for Jason. I was so happy to be able to participate!
I finally finished my first scarf. Just a basic k2p2 pattern, but I'm happy with it. I just started knitting a month ago and can't get enough. I'm inspired by many of the projects on this site.
So, every time I start a new project, I end up pulling the whole thing apart. Sometimes it is just once; more often, it is two or three times.
Hello all you US MWK
I'm coming to LA for the first time since the late 80s.
What should be top of my must see list as a Brit tourist?
Are there any yarn stores that I can check out?
I will be in NYC for a few days . . . any LYS that New Yorkers can recomment to visit?
Thanks . .
I started this afghan in December and finished it in March. I used a lace pattern that is meant to look like flames. I urge you to view the attached close-up to get a better view on the detail of it. For a list of all the yarns I used, you'll have to click "Read More." :-)
just a note to let you boys know Dennis (from IL) and Rick (from Istanbul, Turkey!) - your squares arrived today!!