Just a few quick minutes of your time. One of my other loves (besides knitting) is baking bread.
Hello all. This is completely off topic, but something a group like this might be able to get behind. I have started a cooperative project for prayer flags. The details are here:
Someone has gotten smart enough to start a pints and purls group near me (within walking distance) Currently meeting at a local brew pub (the beer is GOOD). My first public knit outing :).
Have completely fallen in love with this yarn. Am doing a scarf with it right now. I love the color progressions, but tell me this is it scratchy? it seems garments would be scratchy??
I have cast on the EZ saddle shoulder sweater from Knitting Without Tears. I frogged the sleeve once already. I have a question for anyone who has made this: (My caveat being my last EZ project (Super Hurry up sweater) wound up like 3 sizes too big and I call it my polar bear sweater cuz thats what i look like When wearing it (goes down to my knees, shoulders to the middle of my arm, this from using measurements of my favorite sweater.....) but super warm for playing in the snow (makes an awesome middle layer.....)
So I have been banging around Ravelry for a few months now. LOOOOOOOVE IT! That aside I have been completely amazed at just how many folks are knitting EZ patterns.
OK OK. So I decided to adapt a knit picks two at once sock pattern into a felted boot pattern with DISASTROUS RESULTS THUS FAR.
Don't know if this has ever been posted... Amazing:
Last call for anyone who wants in on the beer cozy swap:
send me your snail mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Swap partners being sent out monday
Deadline to send your cozy is 3/15/2010
Thanks to Carl for being an overachiever!! Glad they turned out awesome. here is my progress on the KAL as well.