Yarn: Gloss Lace by Knitpicks (Aegean)
Needles: US #4 DPN & Circular
Misc: Boat load of stitch markers and fishing (life) line.
Cast on 20 sts on DPNs, divide sts onto remaining needles.
After browsing the web and ravelry for a hat pattern "close" to my liking I remembered one of my first ptojects. It was a grass stuff toy from Mochimochiland by Anna at
Little late for Christmas but I finally completed my first project designed by me. I am hoping to hand it over to my sister-in-law this weekend.
I had a co-worker ask is I would be able to knit up a nose warmer for his wife. I knew of a pattern off knitty.com and had some leftover yarn from my wife's shawl so I agreed to his request.
Early last month I received my b-day present, knitpicks Options Interchangeable Harmony Wood Circular Knitting Needle Set and their lace weight "Gloss Lace" in Aegean (5 hanks) and with these I am wor
I am currently in the process of designing my first pattern. I will attempt to create a Pi Shawl loosely based on a shawl I saw on carolknit's Cobweb Pi.
The honeymoon is over, or at least finished. This was a fun project and not just in the knitting.
And not a moment too soon, my list of projects are piling up with no end in sight.
As you can see, I dropped my latest project for a different one. I ran across the Aran Weight Victorian Lace Shawl by Michelle Ciccariello on elann's website and knew I had to make it.
Here I am again with another shawl from Cheryl Oberle's "Folk Shawls". This time I am making a shawl for my wife, one of her choice of color and style.