R_coasterlover's blog

Knitted Mystery Has Been Solved!

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.

Knitted Mystery

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.

My Huggable Hedgehog

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.

Socks again

Hi everyone!
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.

My kitty pi is a hit

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.

Hi to all, my first post.

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.