Submitted by RareSteek on Thu, 2008-05-22 13:36
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).
Submitted by RareSteek on Fri, 2008-05-09 20:30
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Wed, 2008-04-16 14:25
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Tue, 2008-04-15 10:16
I am writing this question with regard to a sweater pattern in the new 'Guy Knits' book.
Submitted by RareSteek on Fri, 2008-04-11 10:33
Well I finally finished and put together the baby sweater I have had hanging around. Its for my partner's great(grand?) niece.
Submitted by RareSteek on Thu, 2008-03-20 12:20
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Sat, 2008-03-08 11:13
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Fri, 2008-03-07 16:52
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Fri, 2008-03-07 09:52
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.
Submitted by RareSteek on Sun, 2008-02-10 07:31
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