Submitted by Craig on Fri, 2006-03-17 21:50
Hi guys here is a pattern that I use for my Italian Greyhound.
8 ply yarn
3.75mm double pointed needles
NECK: Cast on 60 (50 for smaller IG)stitches. Knit 1, Purl ! rib for 50 rounds, more if you want a longer neck, less if you want a shorter neck.
LEGS: Mark off 8/4/8/40 ( 4/2/4/40) stitches. Continue K1,P1 rib increasing ! st each side markers every 3rd round until 32/28/32/64 (28/26/28/64). Cast off the 32sts (28 sts).This forms the leg opening.
CHEST: Leave markers between the 28 (26) and 64 sts. Continue to knit K1 P1 for 20 rounds.Half way between the markers for the 28 (26) sts knit 2 sts tog and stop knitting in rounds. K1 P1 in rows, knitting 2 sts tog at the end of each row.
Submitted by Bear on Fri, 2006-03-17 01:30
does anyone have any dog sweater patterns? Im not really finding much on the net. just basic stuff. I need a good seller.
Submitted by Chunk on Tue, 2006-03-14 11:13
Counting down the days until I'm off to Vegas. As much as I'm planning on Margaritas, gambling and eating enough to last me a month, I can't help wondering whether there's wool in the middle of a desert? Although I'm not planning on travelling out of Vegas much, if there is something unmissable nearby then ofcourse I could be tempted. If anyone knows of any stores in the area, I'd appreciate hearing about them. How much wool can you get in a suitcase?!!!
Submitted by Chunk on Mon, 2006-03-13 10:34
After blindly stumbling through what seems like a million internet sites and following link aftre link (generally to not a lot) I find myself at menwhoknit.com I suddenly feel like I've found home and it full of people as nuts about knitting as me. I am hoping that my blog proves interesting reading as I develope skills and move onto things more adventurous than scarves. Is there such a thing as a plain and simple jumper for the brave new knitter?