Archive - Oct 2011 - Blog entry

October 15th

philvm's picture

FRENCH CAN-CAN KNIT?

Hello...
During two weeks passed in FINLAND for a workshop to learn the fur working...
We have to create a "surface"...
I take my needles... I find a yarnshoop...
And after some test...
Ready for the FRENCH CANCAN KNIT...

October 15th

andyz280f's picture

My Rehab Scarf

Picture of My two surgery Rehab Scarf - Irish Hiking Scarf

CLABBERS's picture

New Scarf & Surgery

Hello Everyone. I haven't been posting for awhile as I have been dealing with all that precedes hip replacement surgery. I have been in pain for a couple years and this year it just got to be too much, so Nov. 9 I go in for a right-hip replacement. I am not looking forward to the rehab, but I am looking forward to no more hip/leg pain.

October 14th

Bill's picture

Starmore Elephant vest

My grandson is growing up. but the sweater still fits!
This is the Starmore Elephant vest from her yarn kit.

clneeley's picture

A simple "me" project

I have no idea why but I started knitting on a stocking cap a few weeks ago. It's set to the side quite often to work on other projects.

Thor's picture

Rhinebeck - The Fold

Phew! Just finished setting up The Fold's booth at Rhinebeck. Easy twice as much fiber goodness this year than normal. We even have our luxury fibers, some Lendrum wheels and tons of sale yarns! Don't forget the SOCKS THAT ROCK... including Mill Ends & Rare Gems! Saturday 10a-6p, Sunday 10a-5p at Duchess County Fairgrounds.

bobinthebul's picture

Socks for mom

When I first started doing socks, I was only doing worsted-weight things, mostly based on the Thuja pattern. Mom got two pairs but later I "graduated" to fingering weight yarn and decided it was time I made her a pair out of it. I decided to use some yarn that I dyed myself. It was supposed to be denim blue-violet and deep "navy purple," but the darker color came out more of a khaki.

bobinthebul's picture

Socks for myself!

I've been making so many socks for other people that I decided it was time to make a pair for myself. Winter is on its way after all.

smalltownknitguy's picture

My Son the Fiber Scientist

My son had to be scientist of the week today at his Kindergarten class. We decided to dye yarn in the crock pot to show that wool will take the color and acrylic will not. His class was fascinated and loved every minute of it. The purple hat is my first crock pot dyed yarn. It turned out quite well I think. I can't wait to work up the orange we dyed today.

My first project...

I am very excited about learning to knit. I love to learn new things especially when it is something that will benefit my family. I just started my first project yesterday, I attached a photo of what I have done so far. It is hopefully going to be a scarf for my wife. I have started over about 8-10 times but finally seem to have the hang of it.