Submitted by Stephen450 on Sun, 2007-01-28 21:08
Here is a pic of my first project. Not the greatest, but I learned quite a bit and I am anxious to keep going.
Submitted by MMario on Sun, 2007-01-28 17:03
Second cable attempt - a bit more ambitious then the Irish hiking scarf.
Submitted by Bill on Sun, 2007-01-28 16:38
n the navy sweater I knitted for my grandson.
it's a wool/cotton blend.
Submitted by Wonartist66 on Sat, 2007-01-27 16:10
I finsh knitting the socks yesterday with my Hand-Dyed yarn!!! This sock will be sample for dyeing class Iam doing!!! Visit my knitting blog: http://charleslifeknitting.blogspot.com/
On Saturday, Feb 10th I will be teaching Yarn Dyeing class at "Hissy Knit" at 11:00am!!! Plesae join class is $40 with three skien of yarn!!!It's great deal!!! You can creat your own socks and knit!!
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Submitted by Bill on Fri, 2007-01-26 15:46
Here is the size US 19 needle
Submitted by Bill on Fri, 2007-01-26 15:44
I knit a lot of scarves with multiple yarns...often five strands...and I'm always bothered by the difference between the cable and needle sizes..
I've used the large size AddiTurbos...but prefer the warmth of wood or bamboo...
...so I made some!
These are turned of Rosewood and Kingwood...with brass fittings.
The odd things inside the vinyl cable are Swarofski crystals... just for fun... they roll around when I knit...
One can never have too much Glitz!!!
They are US17 and US19
Submitted by Elemmaciltur on Fri, 2007-01-26 03:34
Test hanks from Rohrspatz & Wollmeise
Got bored yesterday, so I took out the mini test hanks to play with. :-p
Submitted by slorfing on Fri, 2007-01-26 00:44
I am trying to learn how to felt. I want to try wet felting, not knit felting (though I may do that one later), and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with it. If so, I would like to hear from you. Let me know if you have any tips on how to do it well, what tools to use, and where to buy what I need.
I experimented today with a small piece of roving by just rubbing it in the palm of my hand and it worked. I need more info though. Thanks, Scott
Submitted by grandcarriage on Thu, 2007-01-25 15:35
I added width to the sleeves of this sweater in the method I mentioned in my post to your blog concerning a too skinny knit-in-the-round sweater. You'll have far more room to work with than I did with the sleeve...but you can see the finished effect: It makes a nice accent.
If anyone is interested, this sweater was knit with Reynolds One ply Candide (discontinued, but similar to Jamieson's one ply) knit double with Plymouth brand sport weight Natural Indecita Alpaca. The accent is Brunswick ballybrae tweed. The sweater is over 20 years old, and as you can see, has worn beautifully: It's one of my favorites.
Submitted by MMario on Thu, 2007-01-25 12:38
It's all Baxternits fault. At least that's who I'm gonna blame.
First I knit the Progressive Shawl - design by Cynthia of Baxterknits. Then, because she said I could, I knit the Progressive Square.
and now - if that weren't enough - I am in the throes of knitting the Progressive as a circular! 13 rows to go before I start the edge.
And you know what is worse? she's got at least two other projects in the works.
ADDENDUM: 1/26 - only
1200 (as of 1:50 -eastern) 800 stitches to go before starting the edge...
and again: really bad photo attached - 1/4 of circle still to cast off/edge.