Well, okay, so this scarf isn't the longest, but it's part of the Longest Scarf project.
One of the older ladies I know has been cleaning out her basement so she can have some room to move around, and came across a bag of some wool.
Admiration...that's all I can say
This is a repost from another list. Colin is a socknitter from the UK. He has some medical problems, but is very prolific as a socknitter.
I have only knitted one thing for my mother in all these years, and that was a lace shawl for her 65th bithday. She said it was too nice to wear... and put it away!
Somewhere on the net, I came across the most interesting looking socks. But she was selling the pattern, and I thought "I can make those" -- famous last words!
This is the final result of all that knitting. It’s a strange procedure, although if you know anything about EZ’s patterns, that’s the way she does things.
So after you have one of these odd looking pieces made, the directions tell you to start back at your provisional cast-on, and make another!
One of the EZ lists is working on the Ribwarmer KAL, and since I always liked the design of it, and needing some sort of mindless knitting to do, I joined in.
Some time ago, I posted about a skein of yarn that I had spun out of some Punta roving (from South America).