Archive - Feb 12, 2010 - Blog entry

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From Happy Knits in Portland, OR

I was tossing another skein of mohair lace yarn to Evan for a shawl he was doing for a friend...

Thor's picture

The Manly Shawl Brooch

This is my newest penannular brooch from www.ThorThorsHammer.com

It is a full 3" in diameter (quite large for a penannular brooch) and perfect for me and my ClapotiSaurus Rex!

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Stephen West's HERBIVORE

During the Midwest Men's Knitting Retreat, I had the opportunity to meet Stephen West and see his very cool Herbivore that he was wearing.

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The CapotiSaurus Rex

I got my "Clapotis" from Knitty.com done! I doubled the width and quadrupled the length for a man-sized version. That lead the designer to knickname it the "CalpotiSaurus Rex"

albert's picture

Hybrid Scrap Hat

No, it's not powered by windmills or solar panels, and it's not in the least "green"- "hybrid" as in a combo of millspun and my handspun; "scrap" in that I knit it with my small balls...maybe I should

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Two At Once Fiasco

OK OK. So I decided to adapt a knit picks two at once sock pattern into a felted boot pattern with DISASTROUS RESULTS THUS FAR.

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/jdkcubed/two-at-once-toe-up-socks

scottly's picture

Dayflower lace scarf

I'm into these skinny lace scarves. They are great for using up single skeins in my stash and I'm learning a great deal on what fibers work for what projects.

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Top-down version of John Anderson's Kilt Hose.

I just added the top-down version of my kilt hose pattern at knitting-and.com. There's a link on Ravelry, too.