EZ writes the only knitting books I’ll ever need.
I’m terribly tempted to knit these tights.
It’s a good thing I am getting feedback on my pattern
It just so happened that every picture that turned out well had been of only one side of the sock, so that the pattern ends up being symmetric was a surprise. That’s something I can fix.
The sock pattern is now out of my hands for the time being, as it has been sent to two complete strangers who are going to look at it and
give me some feedback tell me how great it is and that I don’t need to change anything about it.
making an arm knit scarf for my friend…looks like spaghetti.
learned how to arm knit here: http://www.simplymaggie.com/arm-knitting-how-to-updated
This looks like it would be a great thing to do with t-shirt yarn.
Rajon Rondo is currently wearing a basketweave knit scarf.
This pattern is closer to finished than it has ever been.
Photo Jan 25, 5 30 37 PM (by jerkameleon)
I realized that I’ve never shared any photos of this project. And I won’t even be sharing a good view of the overall piece today.
“Dichotomy” is only the second shawl that I’ve knit, and it ended up a bit more asymmetrical than the pattern intended due to my half-assed attempt at blocking (not that you can see that in the picture anyway). The yarn is fantastic, though, Manos Maxima in a pink that just shouts at you. I’ve got a different colorway in green that is begging to become a cowl, so there’s something else to look forward to.
Source: Flickr / jerkameleon