So I finally got the shipment of Pints and Purls [Ravelry link] for the Entrelac for Earth Day workshop that is in two weeks. And it was so exciting to see my name and design (and photo!!) in a book! Can you believe it?! I am in a book…and it isn’t the Guiness Book of… Read More »
I was recently sent some amazing finished objects from the groupies. Cameronne finished up the Mangyle pattern for her hubby, after taking the class with Holly this past semester. She is a knitting machine for that man! I hope he knows how much he is loved! Lauren sent along this photo of her Lush and… Read More »
Lets take a break from strips for a bit and work on some of the “cute” stuff…although they might reveal a bit more about our little blanket. Using color green, cast on 10 stitches. Do not join, work in garter stitch for 34 rows. Row 35: Kfb across the row (20 sts) place marker and… Read More »
What is this weather?! Clearly I must have very poor circulation or it is exceptionally miserable outside. My toes are so cold at night that the dogs won’t even sit with me. (well, I must admit that I keep putting my feet on them. They are like little heaters.) I am going to knit a… Read More »
There is a “class version” of the Entrelac Lace workshop. The workshop itself sold out in a few days so I have added a class version that does not include any supplies and is scheduled for April 23 and 30 from 7-10 pm. Check it out here.
Check out Lohan in an adorable knitted beret that looks amazingly similar to the one being offered this semester… The examiner says it is a huge DC fashion trend. If you are interested in making one of your own, there are still spots our classes being offered this semester: Wednesday, April 15, 7-10 p.m. at… Read More »
I picked up the last of our stationary from Railway Station Press yesterday and they look quite fab. If I could do it all over again, I would probably have done one color and just used the simple paisley from the thank you cards and the place cards. I really really love it. But when… Read More »
Here is a close up shot of how the corner of your first strip will look after you pick up stitches around both edges and then knit straight for seven inches.
Thank you to everyone who filled out the survey last week! It was so interesting to see what backgrounds and experiences make up our community of knitters. Congrats to Renae D. who won a free class this semester for filling out the survey! Your results: Where did you learn to knit? Are you married? Kids?… Read More »