Red Scarf Project

I was wondering if any of you have ever knitted for, or know anything about the Red Scarf Project conducted through the Orphan Foundation of America (www.orphan.org). They solicit hand-knitted scarves (in the month of January) in shades of red to give to 18-23 year olds who were formerly in foster care, and now are trying to go to college without the benefit of a family for support. Interweave Knits is one of the co-sponsors, and the foundation is listed with the Better Business Bureau, so I assume they are a fine organization. I thought, perhaps, some of you might have personal experience with this project and could share more information with me.

"Warm Winter Exchange" Finally here!!! sign up!!!

Hey!!!youguys!!!

Iam finlly having new knit exchange in this winter..just wanna share with youguys!!!! "Warm Winter Exchange"

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"Warm Winter Exchange" Finally here!!! sign up!!!

Hey!!!

Iam fianlly having new knit exchange in this winter..just wanna share with youguys!!!! "Warm Winter Exchange"

I made a all the info about the "Warm Winter Exchange"

Visit my blog: http://charleslifeknitting.blogspot.com/

It will be really fun!!! Please sign up!!!

Thanks,
Charles

Side to side sweater patterns?

Does anyone have a pattern for (or have knitted) a side to side sweater or know where I can find such patterns? In the past, I've seen sweaters that are knit from wrist cuff to wrist cuff or the sleeves are knitted separately from the front and back (the front and back are knitted from side seam to side seam.) I've looked and looked for a pattern but am not having any luck finding one. I'd prefer one that knits up using bulky weight or at least worsted weight yarn.

And if you've knitted a side to side sweater, how did you like it's fit? Did it fit well or was in prone to stretching and bagging?

- TomH