Submitted by Bear on Tue, 2006-03-07 17:25
My artisan 70d just come in this morning. great. just finished assembley. read instruction book.OMG its going to take awhile to learn to use it. so my bond will have to stay till i learn the artisan. How many use machine along with hand and what machine?
Submitted by Bear on Mon, 2006-03-06 21:15
What is your preference. When i first started, I bought all aluminum needles from 1 to 10. It is what walmart carried. I hear that the bamboo is the prefered needle of choice. What is better about the bamboo over the aluminum?
Submitted by vt_shua on Mon, 2006-03-06 11:38
I finished a pair of felted mittens last week and gave them away to a friend on her birthday. The pattern is in the latest Knit It! magazine - though I used Lamb's Pride instead of Lion Wool (perhaps I just identify with lambs more than lions?) They were very simple to make and even fit man-sized hands!
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Submitted by Bear on Sat, 2006-03-04 19:18
What are these patterns and where can i link too it. I tried a google searcha and it only refered to this site.
Submitted by Bear on Sat, 2006-03-04 18:42
I went to a local yarn and knitting supply shop and found this book. It is called Socks soar on two circular needles.. by Cat Bordi'
I bought the book, the needles are a problem. they were sold out of the size 1 , 2, 3 24" Addi turbo needles i was wanting. Can order them on internet, so not that big a deal. I bought some sock yarn. cant wait to do my first pair of socks....I allso believe in the sharing of information. Any of you that knit socks would be interested in the book. I could scan and make a file to send to you, or copy on copy machine and mail it to you. I feel we need to help eachother grow in this fasinating hobby.
Submitted by Bear on Thu, 2006-03-02 23:05
in search of a good yarn. priced right. What is everyone else using.?
Submitted by Bear on Wed, 2006-03-01 15:17
what is this thing called blog, ive heard the term before. I do know alot about computers and things but this must be new.
Submitted by Aaronknits on Tue, 2006-02-28 08:08
These are my second and third attempts at making hats (which acutally had an end result) and my first times using circular and DPN's. Hat #2 was done with Cascade worsted Peruvian Highland wool on size 7, and the pattern was Bidda's Headhugger which I believe I found a link to on here somewhere. It doesn't look like much, but it was good practice with the circular and DPN's, and getting the hang of the decreases at the top of the hat. My first attempt at doing this ended badly so I unravelled the whole thing and tried a different pattern.
Submitted by drmel94 on Sun, 2006-02-26 11:29
I decided not to sign up for the Knitting Olympics because I wasn't sure my wrists would hold up, but I still decided to go ahead with this Unlympic project. These are double layer mittens - baby alpaca inside, hand-dyed & handspun border leicester/blueface leicester cross on the outside. This is the first project I've ever made for myself, and I'm very happy with the results.
Submitted by drmel94 on Thu, 2006-02-23 03:49
Thirty-two members of the glbt-knit listserv made squares for a love blanket for one of our own who was diagnosed with lung cancer. I haven't really kept up any posts on the project on here, but the blanket was delivered today and was a much-appreciated surprise. One of our members started a blog so that we could keep a record of the project. I'm so glad to have been a part of something so wonderful.
In other news, what I've started calling my "Knitting Unlympics" project - the mittens - has been progressing along. I'm currently working on the cuff for the outer (and final) layer of mitten #2. I didn't sign up for the Knitting Olympics, but I'm hoping to finish this project by the time the flame goes out. After that, I'm not certain. The Malabrigo hat has been fulled but needs some remediation so that I don't look like this: