I hate technology!
Here is my latest sock in progress, shown on top of the original antique pair.
I thought I would post pics of the finished sock that I wrote about a few weeks back. Once again, the goal was to reproduce this antique sock as closely as possible, considering the materials on hand.
I haven't been particularly active lately, but I thought I'd drop you a quick note to let you know that all is well.
Ok, fellas. I'm kinda proud that I got my first article in a knitting magazine in the UK. I feel like I'm on cloud 9 right now. Woo hoo! Check out my blog for the skinny on it. See? The fellas are making great strides in knitting, man!
After a careful read and a long think-through
Good Morning All,
Well I choose something new for a quick project. I have knitted a lot of socks using double pointed needles and chose to make this pair using the magic loop method. Think I like it. What is your preference when knitting socks?
Regards & Thanks,
Some new pics of yesterday's accomplishments. I think I like the new method.
One of our dogs is always cold. She sleeps under the blankets and as close to the fire as possible without going up in flames. I decided to quick-knit this coat for her. I was amazed at the hounds tooth pattern I was able to knit. She is loving this garment and she doesn't try to get it off. I want to make her another but next time a pull-on jumper instead of a coat with buttons.
Hey guys, a couple weeks ago I finished a pair of socks but haven't had a chance to share them until now. These were made using a basic toe-up sock formula by Don Yarman who