Currently projects on needles smaller than 3 US.
Man, I want to knit like that! Love, love, love your Fair Isle stuff, Kenny. Love the colors. Love the pattern. I can see that I need to start working with smaller needles and lighter weight yarn. Those are beautiful, Kenny.
Thank you Tom. That's sweet!
Love the geometric and striped patterns...absolutely beautiful!
Lovely work Kenny. Is it Shetland wool?
Kenny, I LOVE the fair isle work!!! I was checking out that project the other night on your Rav page. The colors are so great and your KNITTING...OMG...I want to knit like you when I grow up!
The Knitting Mill
Mill, i love you because you're so sweet. It is nothing other than just pure perseverance.
The Fair Isle is very clean looking and even. Bravo!
Kenny, you are such an accomplished knitter - I am in awe!
Very lovely work, Kenny. It took me a moment to recognize the "Don" reference to mean her book on Fair Isle. Such lovely patterns and your colorways use them to great advantage. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
I can't really add anything new here, everyone's said it all. I like the pattern in the Fair Isle stuff. It was good to look at your progress on the boxers. I really like the yarn choices. It's amazing the patterns made by the multi-colored (self-striping?) yarn.
What can I say that hasn't already been said. Pure genius.