Submitted by HuskerChub on Mon, 2013-07-01 18:37
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.
Submitted by HuskerChub on Wed, 2011-03-09 22:05
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.
Submitted by HuskerChub on Mon, 2009-09-14 16:42
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.
Submitted by HuskerChub on Fri, 2009-08-21 01:42
Just got back from "Julie and Julia".
Submitted by HuskerChub on Tue, 2009-06-02 00:14
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.
Submitted by HuskerChub on Mon, 2009-04-13 01:34
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.
Submitted by HuskerChub on Sun, 2008-08-10 17:33
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.