Submitted by KenInMaine on Mon, 2011-05-16 11:23
I am currently in Pennsylvania (Bloomsburg) visiting my parents. I will be here for the week and wondered if anyone could recommend any good yarn shops in the northeast part of the state?
Submitted by KenInMaine on Wed, 2011-05-11 20:52
Hi guys. I've started a new project, the Triangular Summer Shawl from the Knitted Lace of Estonia book by Nancy Bush.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Thu, 2011-05-05 10:39
Hey guys, I've just finished my first lace project which is a shawl from Nancy Bush's "Knitted Lace of Estonia" book.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Sun, 2010-11-14 17:22
I'm on a roll...I was inspired to come up with a mini banana pattern this weekend.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Thu, 2010-11-11 13:15
Hi everyone. I just wanted make a quick post to say that I've written my first pattern. It's nothing groundbreaking, it is terribly easy, but it is fun and quick to knit. It's for a mini eggplant. If you're interested in making one yourself, I put the pattern up on my website and it's also on Ravelry. If you decide to knit one up, please let me know how you find the pattern. Was it easy to follow, clear, concise, etc...
Submitted by KenInMaine on Mon, 2009-12-14 19:10
When Ron and I were putting up our Christmas tree this year, we realized that we didn't have a tree topper for it.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Thu, 2009-11-26 23:23
Just wanted to share some pictures of the creature I just finished this Thanksgiving evening.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Sun, 2009-11-08 22:16
Today I made a pair of these "Little Sky Socks."They were from Cat Bordhi's "New Pathways For Sock Knitters" and they introduce some new techniques (at least to me...) and this mini version let's you
Submitted by KenInMaine on Fri, 2009-10-23 21:48
Here's something that I made for Ron who is a huge fan of the zombie genre. The pattern is from the Creepy Cute Crochet book which has all kinds of ghoulish things in it.
Submitted by KenInMaine on Sat, 2009-10-17 21:28
Here is a picture of the socks that I'm working on. Well, this is one half of that pair, the first and finished sock! Sock two is about half done.