Submitted by R_coasterlover on Sat, 2015-04-18 01:46
It is a silly pink elephant balloon animal, here it is all twisted together. Since I had no grey yarn in my stash, I decided to make it pink. If you are old enough you will know all about pink elephants.
Submitted by R_coasterlover on Fri, 2015-04-17 13:17
Hope all is well with everyone. This is a photo of something I knitted and is so strange, just wondering if any members here want to take a guess at what it may be.
I will post a picture of the object in a few days.
Submitted by R_coasterlover on Wed, 2014-11-12 12:39
Knitted and felted this guy a couple years ago, I bought the hard copy of the pattern at Fibertrends.com. I felted it in my washing machine when I was done knitting it. I am planning to knit a total of 6 for a "rainbow" effect.
Submitted by R_coasterlover on Sat, 2012-03-24 15:38
Here is the group photo of some of my socks that I said I was going to post. My preferences for knitting my socks is two at a time on the magic loop. I usually use my Knit Picks fixed circular needle 47" Size 1(2.25mm) for the main body of the sock, and then I switch to size 0(2.00mm) Double Point Needles for the ribbing.
Submitted by R_coasterlover on Fri, 2012-03-23 13:29
Hi everyone, Another project that I knitted awhile ago, the kittens like it.
I used three yarns held together as one throughout the pattern. I hoped this would give some extra cushioning for the cats and kittens. I had to make this out of acrylic yarn as our cats hiss at any other animal fiber, lucky for me they never get near my wool yarns.
Submitted by R_coasterlover on Mon, 2012-03-19 17:35
Hi to all, my first post. I usually just add comments to other posts. This is a photo of some socks I knit using Knit Picks Coney Island yarn. They were knit toe-up, and two at a time using the "magic loop" technique.