All this talk of Anna Zilborg and Fancy Feet made me think of my neighbor's sock collection, which my friend Brenna and I photographed last winter.
Hello all. Warm weather and spring are finally here in Minnesota. It's nice to be able to knit outside. I'm learning how to knit socks. Socks share a lot of the techniques in making mittens.
I have somehow been voted as the knitting studios photographer. Don't know why. Can't say I'm talented in that dept.
New on this site, I like to introduce myself. I'm a 43 yo guy from Holland. Married and father of 4 girls. I'm working on a primary school as a teacher.
This song would certainly get you some attention, if knitting in public already didn't. Pretty funny, I just typed in knitting song at YouTube to get it, I had never heard it before:
Because of Bob’s posts and Ron’s subsequent mention of Anna Zilboorg I was inspired to borrow “Fancy Feet, traditional knitting patterns of Turkey” by Anna Zilboorg from the San Francisco Publ
Don’t forget Father’s Day is June 19th! Great gift you can make for Dad: http://loomdude.blogspot.com/2011/06/fathers-day-gift-idea.html
I am planning to knit a pair of socks [Quinton would now be saying, "Of course."] but the change is that I'm using a commercial pattern vs. designing my own.
A while back, I purchased two sets of Lantern Moon needles because they were on sale, US size 4's and 6's, and I wanted to share my not-so-great experience with them to potentially save somone the tro
Does anyone know some good yarn shops there? Will be mainly in Manhattan.