Submitted by Aaronknits on Sat, 2006-05-06 11:50
I acquired this treasure for $1 at the Schenectady Public Library's semi-annual used book sale this morning. Originally published in 1984, it contains a number of knit and sewn garments, objects and toys (see the contents page). The white v-neck in the links below is really quite nice. But I think I'm going to knit a K-9 toy!!!
Here's some other pics. You may have to copy and paste the text into your browser.
Submitted by drmel94 on Fri, 2006-05-05 21:01
This is my latest finished project. I made Elephant as a birthday present for my partner under a veil of great secrecy. It was a good exercise in learning to seam, and I'm very pleased by the outcome.
Submitted by Kilted Knitter on Mon, 2006-05-01 18:24
Just thought I would post my first entry on this site. I have finished a pair of socks for myself and am currently working on another pair. Now the interesting part of this story it that I have started on the new pair of socks without my knitting guru sitting by my side, I have even done the heel flap and have now turned the heel without my knitting guru. She tells me "job well done". I am quite proud of myself! I just read the directions and did as it said to do, now that dosen't seem so hard, but I am glad to hav eread the pattern and done it without my knitting guru. Anyway, when I get a picture I will post it.
Submitted by jflood on Mon, 2006-05-01 10:12
Here is a picture of my recently completed Komi Mittens (Traditional Russian Two-Color Knitting). These are from "Mostly Mittens" by Charlene Schurch.
These were a whole hell-of-a-lotta fun. Check out more pictures and project specifics here: brooklyntweed.blogpot.com
Submitted by Jillie on Sun, 2006-04-30 12:33
Ok, so yesterday I was somewhere on the web and found a link to a site called Women Who Knit. I didn't save the link. I've looked on this site, and links, and have done a yahoo search. Was I seeing things? Does anyone know about or have a link to this site?