Submitted by boy412 on Fri, 2009-01-02 04:08
Yarn: Gloss Lace by Knitpicks (Aegean)
Needles: US #4 DPN & Circular
Misc: Boat load of stitch markers and fishing (life) line.
Cast on 20 sts on DPNs, divide sts onto remaining needles.
Submitted by boy412 on Thu, 2009-01-01 03:47
After browsing the web and ravelry for a hat pattern "close" to my liking I remembered one of my first ptojects. It was a grass stuff toy from Mochimochiland by Anna at
Submitted by boy412 on Wed, 2008-12-31 00:29
Little late for Christmas but I finally completed my first project designed by me. I am hoping to hand it over to my sister-in-law this weekend.
Submitted by boy412 on Mon, 2008-11-24 07:02
I had a co-worker ask is I would be able to knit up a nose warmer for his wife. I knew of a pattern off knitty.com and had some leftover yarn from my wife's shawl so I agreed to his request. I was over due for a change from my current shawl project and enjoyed working on something new.
I've already passed on the nose warmer and was happy to find that her nose is now toasty warn in these chilly evenings.
Submitted by boy412 on Thu, 2008-11-06 07:50
Early last month I received my b-day present, knitpicks Options Interchangeable Harmony Wood Circular Knitting Needle Set and their lace weight "Gloss Lace" in Aegean (5 hanks) and with these I am wor
Submitted by boy412 on Sat, 2008-09-27 21:34
I am currently in the process of designing my first pattern. I will attempt to create a Pi Shawl loosely based on a shawl I saw on carolknit's Cobweb Pi.
Submitted by boy412 on Sun, 2008-08-31 12:24
The honeymoon is over, or at least finished. This was a fun project and not just in the knitting.
Submitted by boy412 on Wed, 2008-07-23 03:35
And not a moment too soon, my list of projects are piling up with no end in sight.
Submitted by boy412 on Wed, 2008-06-11 18:39
As you can see, I dropped my latest project for a different one. I ran across the Aran Weight Victorian Lace Shawl by Michelle Ciccariello on elann's website and knew I had to make it.
Submitted by boy412 on Thu, 2008-05-22 19:58
Here I am again with another shawl from Cheryl Oberle's "Folk Shawls". This time I am making a shawl for my wife, one of her choice of color and style.