My scarf i;m making now. First ever please keep that in mind. Has one problem that occurs now and then, it gets skinnier and wider, I know this is due to varying tension. But I don't know how to keep my tension constant, since I don't feel I;m really changing it much at all that I can notice. any tips? also, id love a simple pattern for a hat or gloves. I;m finding a plain nothing but knit scarf quite boring after a while although i don't notice as much when i sit and kit for a long period of time.
What is your preference. When i first started, I bought all aluminum needles from 1 to 10. It is what walmart carried. I hear that the bamboo is the prefered needle of choice. What is better about the bamboo over the aluminum?
I finished a pair of felted mittens last week and gave them away to a friend on her birthday. The pattern is in the latest Knit It! magazine - though I used Lamb's Pride instead of Lion Wool (perhaps I just identify with lambs more than lions?) They were very simple to make and even fit man-sized hands!
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This is my first hat. It's made from sport-weight alpaca on 2.5mm (US #1) needles. The pattern (and yarn) is from Blue Sky Alpacas.
I had a good time with this project, and started keeping a notebook of gauges and things I've learned while knitting. Top on the list for this, my first wearable project: even if you get the gauge right and follow the pattern, that doesn't mean it's going to fit! I'm not sure felting is an option--the green might bleed into the white. Luckily, I can roll the bottom up (as in the pic) to get a better fit.
Make in rib and a roulan edge alround - and ralangsleves
What are these patterns and where can i link too it. I tried a google searcha and it only refered to this site.
I went to a local yarn and knitting supply shop and found this book. It is called Socks soar on two circular needles.. by Cat Bordi'
I bought the book, the needles are a problem. they were sold out of the size 1 , 2, 3 24" Addi turbo needles i was wanting. Can order them on internet, so not that big a deal. I bought some sock yarn. cant wait to do my first pair of socks....I allso believe in the sharing of information. Any of you that knit socks would be interested in the book. I could scan and make a file to send to you, or copy on copy machine and mail it to you. I feel we need to help eachother grow in this fasinating hobby.
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in search of a good yarn. priced right. What is everyone else using.?
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