herbie's picture

Doily

this I made in the summer time for another friend of mine - for her Birthday - she was very happy for it. I found it on the net  at http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting/patterns/doilies/doily.htm

large work but nice when done 

herbie's picture

Jacket

Jacket for woman at work

drmel94's picture

Finished!

A slow period at work gave me a chance to finish up the love blanket square. It turned out almost exactly the correct size, so blocking it should be a cinch. I should be able to get it washed, blocked and off in the mail Monday. I was also able to knit up a swatch of the new Silky Tweed yarn. I've attached photos of both.

After work, I'm planning on driving 3 1/2 hours to my grandmother's for her birthday. I'm thinking it won't be that fun a drive on little or no sleep, but it's my favorite place in the world. How could you not love a place that looks like this? Aside from that, there's a really nice little LYS on the way that I haven't visited since the summer. I only want to touch the yarn...no, really. :-)

technocowboy's picture

Atta girl, Franklin!

Someone on LiveJournal posted a link to The Panopticon today. It's fabulous. I giggled. It totally needed to be shared.

Men's Knitting Circle -- Portland, OR

description:
Guys hanging out knitting, drinking some beer and having a good time.

Location:
Mabel's Knittery & Cafe

Bill's picture

iPod cord covers!

This is a fun idea!

Oakland, CA event for knitters

A note to anyone from the Oakland, CA area. The Knitting Guild Association (TKGA) is holding its National Conference there - April 20-23. Check out details of our event at www.TKGA.com. Hope you can come! We're expecting as many as 70 exhibitors (you can buy) and 40+ knitting classes and 3,000 visitors.

herbie's picture

Jacket

Here is my latest jacket for a woman at work

kiwiknitter's picture

Advice on Interrupted Knitting Mid-Row

I like to use every spare minute knitting but I'm hesitant to pick it up when I have a few free moments if I'm not certain I can finish the row in the time available.  I've been told by several seasoned knitters that one never leaves off in the middle of a row for various reasons such as: it will leave a hole, the stitch will be misshapen or there will be a line in the knitting.  I have never read anything about this in any knitting book.  It's not like I'll leave it this way for long; I knit every day.  This fear of creating an additional problem prevents me from utilizing all those odd spare moments of the day.

drmel94's picture

Blanket Square & New Yarn

Work is progressing on the love blanket square. My wrist is complaining a little, so I'm not sure if I'll be able to finish it tonight or not. I guess we'll see.

I also had some yarn delivered to me at work. It's some Elsebeth Lavold Silky Tweed that I ordered to make the elephant from the toy book David got me.

He said a few times that he liked the elephant, so I'm planning on working on it here at work in secret for his birthday in May. I also got a bit extra in the grey and a skein of red, probably to make a scarf for myself at so

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