more than half way finished.
I have to go home to see the folks next weekend. so its 8 hours on a train to knit with. im hoping i dont drop any stitches.
and I want to knit her a veil. She just got engaged about 36 hours ago and i came up with a great idea to knit her a fine lace shetland veil but I have no idea where to begin?
Every instruction I've read on blocking tells you to use a mild detergent in tepid to warm water which is how I do it but why the detergent, what purpose does it serve?
Okay: So my boys think that Beyonce is the number 1 diva and Cher is not. I won't tell you what they said about Judy Garland.
Okay....I'm a fool. I opened my mouth and said that I would make my sister a sweater. However, all the stuff that I want to knit, she doesn't like.
It is time to go home and in my way home I have a new gift to myself, I call it the Tattoo of Life, it has a Battlestar Gallactica Theme to it and the Lords Of Kobols are smilling.
I had the opportunity a couple of weekends ago to learn the very basics of sprang (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprang) a technicque of twisting warp threads to produce a fabric.
As some of you may know I had allready tried the QAL which, trust me, did not work out well for me, I still occasionally look at the pattern in sheer horror, I guess my knitting skills aren't up to kn
ok so today I finally took the time to take the picture of the spinning wheel. I just didnt' realize how close it's getting to time for me to go! omg 25 days and counting!