Archive - May 2009 - Blog entry

May 19th

New York Built's picture

The Right One Is "On"...The Left is "Addi-Turbo".

Whole canned chickens failed in the marketplace because people bought several...once. The canned product's shelf life is your stash.

Crafty Andy's picture

Square 8 LTKA

This is called the Rose Fabric and it starts the Color Knitting of this book. It is the prelude to Mosaic knitting, it is done with the Knit , Knit 1 Below.

New York Built's picture

The Love That Dare Not Speak It's Name

Imagine, if you will, the case of the sick souls who have to hide their secret passions from the light of ordinary examination.

May 18th

WillyG's picture

Spinning round and round--but what am I doing??

Is there an Elizabeth Zimmerman for spinning? When I am in the library/bookstore, is there a resource I can keep my eyes open for?

Thomasknits's picture

First sweater and purse...excitement!

My last blog entry described these two projects, but now I got pictures of them finally. Thanks mom for letting me borrow the camera (I'm visiting my hometown for a couple days.)

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Queen Anne's Lace and other projects

Here are some pictures of my queen anne's lace. Awesome project, Mmario!

New York Built's picture

If It Looks Too Butch, We'll Add A Little Tulle To It!,%202009,%20The%20Arts&st=cse

The New York Times
May 13, 2009

Hey, Drill This! Park Avenue Armory Goes Sci-Fi

May 17th

ronhuber's picture

Stash Buster

Recently finished a shawl/afghan with some Jamieson and Smith Shetland wool that was left over from other projects.

New York Built's picture

Kitchener Not German, But Germane!

The Kitchener Stitch is named after Lord Kitchener of Khartoum, British military hero of Boer War and WW 1.

May 16th

AndrewNiehus's picture


Yeah, so my friend is on his way to Iraq and his wife wanted to rototill the garden and plant it.