Submitted by Serge664 on Thu, 2006-09-07 00:00
I was all excited when my store got Not Another Teen Knitting Book by Vickie Howell.
I bought it the 1st day it was on our shelves and immediately decided to whip up the cool nerdy v-neck vest on my knitting machine. I was planning to substitute the yarn, and while working out the calculations, I found a typo.
I emailed the publisher and Vickie emailed back confirming that I caught a mistake.
So... If you are working this sweater vest, the needles called for are 10.5, not 8 as listed in the pattern.
In the end, I decided that the pattern would end up too snug for me to wear at work and could not be worked on the machine. Instead, I created my own version on Knitware Design. Made the back last night, hope to complete it this weekend.
Is machine knitting cheating?
Submitted by Monoped on Wed, 2006-09-06 22:03
Now that winter is over (in the southern hemisphere) I think my run of beanies is also at an end. So now I'm looking at knitting my first item of clothing that's not a hat or a scarf & I'm thinking VESTS!
So, do any of you wondeful fellas have/know of a good vest pattern? I'm after something that's fairly plain & easy to knit (I can always jazz it up with my yarn choice) preferably using a worsted/heavy-worsted weight yarn. Any help/links would be greatly appreciated.
Submitted by Billbear on Wed, 2006-09-06 21:19
For those in the area, this is a great event.
October 27, 28, 29
WNC Ag Center just outside Asheville NC.
Lots of fun!
Submitted by GrammarCop on Tue, 2006-09-05 01:25
I'm a copy editor and page designer for a daily newspaper. On the days I work nights (yeah, I'm aware that sounds odd), I bring my knitting bag to work with me so I can knit on my lunch and then again after deadline, when I'm waiting for the presses to start. The other day, I was alone in the lunch room, trying to remember how many stitches I'd just purled, when one of the press guys came in to use the vending machines.
"Hey," he said, "you knitting?"
"Yeah ..." I said.