OK boys, here's the question. I am thinking of knitting Jared Flood's 'Cobblestone Sweater'. The patterns is for Aran weight yarn (18 stitches for 4 inches).
I often hear people in online knitting circles refer to "Rhinebeck". I am assuming it is some kind of Knitting or Fibre or Spinning show or convention or something like that.
I am wondering if any of you folks have used any of the various knitting software available. If so, what do you think of it? Here are some examples I am wondering about.
I am writing this question with regard to a sweater pattern in the new 'Guy Knits' book.
Well I finally finished and put together the baby sweater I have had hanging around. Its for my partner's great(grand?) niece.
I just registered for a week course at the "Haliburton School of the Arts". Its a school affiliated with a community college in one of the cottage/summer areas of Ontario.
Snowed in. Blizzard raging outside. Finished up my first pair of Toe-Up socks this morning. Here they are. They went relatively quickly since they are DK weight, rather than fingering weight yarn.
Thanks for all the encouraging words with regard to the disappointing vest. You guys are all so great you do me a world of good.
Well, I finally finished the charcoal grey vest I was making. The picture quality is lousy, and the colour is wrong. In reality it is a much darker charcoal/almost black tweed.
I am reading a stitch pattern book, and in the lace section all the patterns say something like "8 +3" Now, I know that the 8 is the number of stitches in the pattern and then you repeat it across t