Finally made a bag for my sock knitting, needs some tweaking, but it works.
So I started a project that i´ve wanted to do for a really long time that had been postponed because of my lack of yarnology.
I so do not feel like working today, maybe that’s why I’ve been on MWK and Ravelry all morning.
After having spent quite a while knitting my first jumper and discovering that it was much much much too large (I might gift it to Hagrid!) I became quite disheartened with knitting and so just did si
I have just finished a couple of gifts for my partner's nephew's wife and their new son born this week. Mittens for her and Jacket/Tam for the new baby.
Since there's been some discussion here lately about interchangables, I thought this post I did for the Fiber Arts Blog was worth repeating here.
Here's the technique that I referenced in a thread where we were discussing different cast ons and cast offs.
Well, not really, but it was because of Doctor Who that I taught myself how to knit. I loved the scarves that Tom Baker wore during his tenure as the Doctor.
I have a new sock pattern up on Ravelry. It's knit in a DK tweed, toe-up, with a short row heel.