sorry guys - one spammer got past me... :)
Demetri Broxton, the Education Program Manager at the Museum of African Diaspora sent an email to us mentioning a felting workshop that is being held at their museum in San Francisco - if you're aroun
I started this back in September 2009 - a simple top down raglan based on the pattern by Diane Soucy (#991) - I mixed Plymouth Yarn Mushiushi and some mystery yarn from a cone that was donated at the
What fun!! I got a FL!P rigid heddle loom at stitches - and made this scarf in 5 days - it's woven with a few different types of yarn - all sock yarn size...
I was contacted today by a reporter from the Wall Street Journal - she's writing an article about the crafts and hobbies that truckers do while on the road...
what a fun trip - here we are knitting on the beach in Puerto Vallarta...
Chuck Blank, John Silowsky, Chuck Wilmesher, Kyle Kunnecke, and Kenny Chua!
just a note to let those of you who might be interested know that I just posted 12 more cast aluminum yarn bowls on my etsy site
check out this great post - shows an awesome knitting related tattoo on a guy's chest :)
Congratulations, John Niegowski of Flint, MI - YOU are the winner of the polished Aluminum yarn bowl!