Finally got around to taking some photos of the scarves I've been working on... tripple stranding in stockingnet stitch with the wonderfully irredescent EROS ribbon yarn and EYELASH from Trendsetters (it's the same as GGH's FANCY). Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino round things off with a soft light warmth. All three yarns are made in Italy, land of beautiful things.
I call my combos Burnished Autumn, Electric Cherry-Blossom Wine, Sapphire Dusk and Emerald Verge.
Knitting circle every Sunday. Drink some coffee, share your creativity.
Get a start on knitting the project before heading off to a Gay Superbowl Party (the Oscars) in the evening. Drink some coffee, show your stuff; try and name the movies where knitting takes place in a scene. There are plenty of them - even though the scene may be fleeting.
This ain't your grandmother's knitting group!
More testosterone than a NASCAR race, more concentration than a WWE bout... we just channel it all differently...
Come say it with yarn!
Come celebrate Presidents' Day by bringing your hanks of yarn and winding them into a tight little ball!
Bring your swifts and winders those who have 'em and bring your hanks all ye who don't.
Let's get cranking people!
These knitters can take the needling
A special boys-only class finds young men mastering a skill and ignoring the teasing
By Lisa BlackTribune staff reporterPublished February 1, 2005
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Knit NY shuts down every Friday night at 9:00 for Boyz Night. Except for our two hostesses, the fabulous Vanessa and Siobhan, No Girls Allowed. There are usually between 10-20 guys of all ages and all skill levels. It's BYOB and usually runs until at least midnight.We have also set up a Yahoo Group for Boyz Night and upcoming field trips. Visit us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KnitboyzNY to get on the list.
Bring your knitting, bring your creative process. Drink some coffee. Ongoing group every Sunday beginning at 2pm.
Well, I survived my first foray to the Stitches West convention in Santa Clara this weekend. Went down there on Amtrak's Capitol Corridor since I thought CalTrain was still upgrading rails on weekends. A nice ride down with plenty of knitting time.
I don't think I've ever been around so many women in one place before... Stitches was just crawling with the fairer sex... spotted the odd long suffering husband or boyfriend carrying bags of yarn trailing behind their gals or waiting in line at the cash registers while their significant other foraged for yarn.