I am using up some of the yarn my wife and son bought for me this past Christmas. This scarf is made with 1.5 skeins of Bernat Mosaic yarn...100% acrylic and variegated...100g/3.5oz.
Another cowl under my belt...this one Andean Silk - "Merryweather". This was a labor of love and determination. It took me three tries to get the tension and the size correct.
Just finished my second cowl. This one is of 80% acrylic and 20% wool. I wasn't sure if it would help to soak it and then flat dry it, but it did even out some of the stitches.
I was doing some research to find some charities for projects that I knit. I found the following sight that lists many places that would be happy to have some knitted work.
Hi Everyone. I just finished my first cowl scarf using soft, soft wools and silk yarn. After receiving advice on blocking vs.
Hello everyone. I am making an afghan out of 35, 10x10 squares and wanted to know if anyone knew of a way to join them together other than stitching.
I am making an afghan that is 20% wool and 80% acrylic. It will be 35, 10x10" squares sewn together. Do you think that blocking is advisable? I read once that you shouldn't block acrylic.
Here's another hat I'll be sending off to the boys in San Francisco. I used bamboo needles this time, so it ended up being a tighter stitch and a smaller hat. Go figure!
Just a short note and fun graphic to start your new year off on a fun note. Happy New Year, guys. So many of you have become my wonderful friends over the past few months.