So I looked at past homepages of MWK site at The Internet Archive and came up with this little graph. Thought I'd share this with the rest of you. Pretty impressive.
Hey there! Quite a response I got from the poll the other day. I guess I'm not surprised considering the depth and breadth of the talent, wit, knowledge, creativity, etc. we have here as a group.
Okay, so I'm down to the heel and am confused on what the pattern is saying to do. If you have the book, I'm at "HEEL" on page 64.
I started a Cobblestone sweater a few days ago... got about an inch or two done until I realized I was using size 8s instead of 7s and it was turning out too big.
Matt and I are reading "Jane Eyre" and there's a character (Mrs. Fairfax) who knits throughout the book. And I know Madame Defarge and her knitting is a major part of "A Tale of Two Cities".
If you're in the Denver metro area, join us this Sunday, Feb. 3rd at 3pm. We'll be meeting at the Recycled Lamb, located at 2010 Youngfield Street in Lakewood. Hope to see you there!
Well, I get to keep the black and white fair isle cap.
I'm going down to Florida to visit my parents this weekend. This is the hat I'm taking to give to my Dad. I didn't follow any pattern so I'm not sure I could make anything exactly like this again.
So I'm way behind every year on my Christmas (et al) cards. Today was the day I finally went to the post office to mail them off.
Calling all of you in or near Denver!!