Thank you guys so much for the thoughtful comments. If anyone is interested in knitting this blanket, please contact me and I'll be happy to provide instructions!
As a child I know my mother knitted. I think just about anyone in New Zealand would be able to say that, and while I cannot remember her knitting anything in particular for me, (I could be wrong) I do remember her knitting. I also remember trying to learn to knit at the time and giving up in disgust as a knotted mess hung from my needles where my scarf was supposed to be appearing. And that was that... at least so I thought.
That is one of the worst puns of all time. In any case, I'm just writing to talk about how incredibly addicted I've become to my Addi Click set.
I just wanted to take a few seconds to introduce myself, after all, a stranger in your midst (though I don't feel like I'm a stranger) must be frightening for all off you.
I made this shawl/wrap for a friend recently diagnosed with an agressive breast cancer. She will be undergoing a double mastectomy in about a week.
My life is a little crazy right now. I had my last Final of the term today, and I have only summer term left and I will finally graduate.
Hi I'm Leon and .... I'm a knitter. Or is it not "that" kind of group?
I have signed on, looked around and found my way here. I live in Wellington, New Zealand.
So, thanks to all of you, my two 17 year old gay boys have been set on the correct path.
I wanted to share with you the first project I've completed in years and possibly the greatest (and easiest) baby blanket pattern I've ever seen.
So, when I was doing the BSJ, I had a hard time keeping track of all of the decreases and increases, etc. So, I wrote it all out, row by row. I have attached it here if it would help anyone.