as per the crochet blog it is not easy to do some of the crochet things I have found.
Nothing annoys me more than reading a garment pattern that tells you to increase or decrease evenly across a row or round of stitches, and lets you figure out how to do it.
A really close friend was here on the farm to visit with me a few days ago. As we moved through some dinner and gossip, we found ourselves both picking up projects we were working on.
I knit this scarf using 100% bamboo yarn on a US #6 needle. It is a broken rib stitch pattern - then hearts knitted onto one end.
To all of you who answered my cry for help regarding adding stitches to my first scarf, I am most sincerely thankful.
The perfect little black loom knit purse! http://loomdude.blogspot.com/2011/02/another-loom-knit-purse-and-scarf.html
I'm fast approaching my first knitting anniversary, March 20, 2011 and plan to celebrate by purchasing a set of addi clicks.
oh dear knitting gods, i promise to weave as i go on my next fair isle (if there is a next fair isle) project if you would just make this one go easier. arrgggghhh.
Posted this to the Fiber Arts Blog at the Times Union this morning, and since I haven't posted anything here in a while, it seemed like a fitting thing to repeat here.