The move from indy to dallas has changed my "cool guy shag" into something closer to a "homeless guy fro."
I could get a haircut, but i think it is just the excuse i need to make more hats.
I just made the "Manly Slip-Stitched Hat" from the book Just Hats.
I used 2 strands of wool ease instead of kool wool (it is what I had around)
I think it turned out pretty well. I am very pleased with the rows of V's and _'s.
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There were almost 25 people to our knitting club on Thursday. We met at a pub called The Salisbury, St Martins lane. The pub is right in the middle of town, sandwiched between Soho and Covent Garden. We had a really good night. We got lots of blue squares - I've begun to tell people that they should work on their own projects too! But Louise told me that a blue square is great to knit in the pub - she like a little glass of wine like me!
Apart from Craig, myself and Graham there were no other men. I'm not sure there are many male knitters in the UK.
My next campaign is to find them and out them.
Hello To whoever reads this...
I am have been knitting now for nearly two years as one of my hobbies. I do not know many patterns to Knit as of right now, but I do make great scarfs and dish clothes.
Some may ask how I found out about this page... Well to tell the truth my mom found out about it from the priest at her chruch who is also a knitter and told her about this site...
Well I guess this is all for now.
.......................or is this homepage scewed up?
I'm still plugging away at the Leo's sweater pattern from knitty.com. It's taken me quite some time to get as far as I have. Not only am I a slow knitter, and don't have time to knit every day, but I have been taking breaks from it to work on smaller things too. I'm also taking my time with this project because it's not for me and I want it to be as close to perfect as possible.
Next Row [WS]: Work across 46[51, 52, 59, 60] sts, BO center 19[19, 21, 21, 23] sts, work rem 46[51, 52, 59, 60] sts
Next Row [RS]: Work in patt as set to last 5 sts, k2 tog, k3.
Next Row [WS]: P3, p2tog, work in patt as set to end.
Work these 2 rows 9[10, 10, 11, 11] times more, then work first row 0[0, 0, 1, 1] time more. 26[29, 30, 34, 45] sts
Work even until piece measures 9[9.5, 10, 10.5, 11] inches from beg of armhole shaping, ending with a WS row.
Next row [RS]: BO 6[7, 7, 8, 8] sts, work to end.
Next and all foll WS rows: Work even in patt as set.
Next row [RS]: BO 6[7, 7, 8, 9] sts, work to end.
Next row [RS]: BO 7[7, 8, 9, 9] sts, work to end.
Next row [RS]: BO rem 7[8, 8, 9, 9] sts in patt.
Reattach yarn and work left neck and shoulder to match right neck and shoulder, reversing all shaping, using k2tog tbl and p2tog tbl decs in place of k2tog and p2tog.
I've been bothered by the bright silver finish on the Addi turbo needles...it's blinding to my old eyes... searched and found a product that turns them charcoal grey! ...it's a liquid called "Blacken it" used to antique model trains and tracks. Got it from Micromark.. www.micromark.com. I just cleaned the turbo needles to get rid of finger grease...and dipped them in the bottle...then rinsed. ...they're now a warm charcoal grey colour. it doesn't rub off or stain... Bill
Thought I would post this article I came across online- seems a UK art student knitted a full size ferrari for her honors degree. The artist is quoted as saying:
“I get men admiring the racing lines and old women look at the needlework.”
How sexist -- and look at those crummy seams down the middle of her windows :)
Wow! ...looking at that bar chart is going to become annoying for the next few days... LOL