Hope that someone remembers this and I'm not crazy. A few months ago someone posted a video of an "unvention" for a mobius like scarf. It was knit as a circular cowl with a row of button holes on one long edge and buttons on the other. Depending on the way that the buttons/holes were aligned, it caused more or less twist on the cowl, eventually turning it into a mobius or a double mobius. If anyone knows where this video is I'd really appreciate it.
So it's going to be a long post LOL. Was just cruising around the internets and found this and wanted to share. It's from a 1920's woman's how to for crochet and knitting.
For those who might be interested, Alice Starmore's Book of Fair Isle Knitting is once again in print, paperback from Dover Publications for 24.95.
Just got back from "Julie and Julia".
Like we need more bad news around here but...I was going thru a months worth of old emails tonight from the GLB Knit List and saw the Witt Pratt (Washington DC) passed away May 19th.
if you make Fiber Trends Clog pattern and have not yet felted them. Or if you don't check your gauge LOL. The post from a couple of weeks ago go me inspired to get a pair made for myself.
Got my exchange scarf finished a couple of days ago so thought I'd share a couple of pics. It's knit in Misti Baby Alpaca and is buttery soft.