no idea who created this photo...found it online...but I think it's very inventive...
Where can I order one of those yarn holders?
Albert - you're a great wit!! :-)
Just the one ... I'll take half a dozen... one at the time :) ... I don't like too many projects going on at the same time ... I like to concentrate on one at a time... the more intense that better... storage might be a problem... on my mantlepiece... in my closet... under my bed and ... any leftovers... ummm ... in my bed :)
Yowza - The shipping costs, along with storage and maintenance fees, would be very expensive. Of course, there would be some fringe benefits. ;-) -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Is it bad that my first thought was "Where can get yarn that lights up like that??" "Where to get a guy that looks like that" was secondary.
Brent Troth Clearwater, Florida
Brent Troth Raleigh, NC
Not bad at all. I thought the same thing.
You sly puss...
Bill, you can't fool me.
That picture is the knitting machine you have been keeping secret all this time.
Here I thought all that fabric was being produced by your hand.
Well, now that I think about it, perhaps it has. Hmmmnnn...
“There are those that do and those that don’t”
“Those that will and those that won’t”
Every person I encounter teaches me more about myself. Without whom not.
you're correct...but I'm having trouble finding replacement parts....
"The Knit Boy" Maintenance Manual says:
1.) Lubricate, lubricate, lubricate!
2.) Never leave Knit Boy operating without supervision.
3.) Replacement Parts 1-800-KnitBoy