My brother wanted a light scarf that was akin to USA red...that's my term for the color. So, I got the color pallet for the Olympic clothing and finally found some yarn that matched pretty well. I always enjoy doing cables, so this scarf was a fun way to practice that skill even more. I used yarn I had never seen before by Caron.
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Back is off the needles. Thought I'd also have 1/2 of the front done but had a surprise visit from my daughter-in-law and 20 month old Grandson. They came up and spent the weekend while my son was away on business. HAd a great time but did not get much knitting done.
Happy Memorial Day, everyone. To the men on here who has or is currently serving our country, thank you.
My younger sister's favorite color is neon green. Now that neon colors are back in for the moment, I found a colorway at Knit Picks that she would like.
Hi guys! After seeing all of Andy's wonderful socks, and shortly after Mark mentioned starting a pair, I decided I'd join the fun and try the Brethren sock pattern as well.
Hi there, guys! I wish I could understand why I sometimes disappear from this website for 6 to 10 months at a time. I love it here and there are so many wonderful knitters on here, but somehow I get out of the habit of logging on here. Heck, even Ravelry doesn't see me for a couple of weeks sometimes.
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Hi guys. I am starting Steven West "Samen" I am using lace weight . The
pattern calls for holding two strands of yarn together.
So far I am doing well. However the pattern is divided into wedges. 1-5 .I've finished the first wedge, however I am confused on the directions. When do I start on the other side of the center?
So I just got into beading and have a supply question. I am using. 1 mm crochet hook to bead. Having trouble finding beads with large enough holes. I know the bead size I want is 4mm. But how are the holes defined? It seems hit or miss
These were such fun to make. Millard did a great job with his pattern and instructions. I used Knit Picks Stroll Tweed Down Heather yarn, fingering weight, 65% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, 10% Donnegal Tweed. I'm not someone who wants to fuss over socks after they have been made, so I chose this yarn because I can wash and tumble dry them.
The rep was at my LYS and she had done this scarf. I instantly fell in
with it. While she was in the back getting something out of her car I tried
it on and took a pic. SOOOO nice on me. I even loved the colors she had
picked out so I decided to be a copy cat. I don't care I love this thing. I
did such an excellent job of my partner proceeded to steal it from me as soon