Using a limited color palette keeps this mitered square afghan from being too busy. A use for the Noro Shiraito I showed you in the blue sweater post last week. Competitive embroidery is a thing? It’s never too early to … Continue reading
Superpower. DPNs FTW! Sometimes it is hard to name a pattern. Then again, sometimes it is worth knitting something just for the name. This one is for the quilters and the Star Trek fans. A crocheted stashbuster afghan. Younger Son … Continue reading
The Exorcist… in crochet. About a chair. If it weren’t something that would take me years, I would knit this using these colors. Who’s got your undies, Walter? The former math major in me wants to know if this is true. … Continue reading
An interesting sleeve technique. There is still time to knit a pumpkin. Or a bat. Or a pumpkin set. Probably not time to knit a sweater, though; you could buy one ready-made. Don’t remember if I told y’all about* this. … Continue reading
Dual-purpose knitting needles. Good news! via knittyblog.com Art on your hands. Someone else believes in framing the squares. We do what we need to do. Let’s make some potholders! “Um, did you block a flatworm?” This may be the cutest … Continue reading
Um, nope. Um, yes! On losing a sewing needle. Unraveling. Like we were hunting unicorns instead of roadside weeds. via fringeassociation.com New knitting group. Related. A new technique. It is good to have a helper.
Remember this from today’s yarn-y links post? There is more to the story.’ Here is the photo competition he entered. Click on over and vote for your fave. (Spoiler alert: this photo has roughly twice the votes of any other.) … Continue reading
Sheepdo– sheepdog? My goodness, I saw a lot of sweaters this week that piqued my interest. Wouldn’t this column look great down the front of a sweater? Sorry, what? Whatcha knittin’? Brussels FTW! WIPs FTW! Alpacas vs. llamas.
I keep seeing this shawl EVERYWHERE! (Surprise! Not everyone knits it in the canonical colors.) This is going to be fabulous. Oh, kittehs… The cuteness overwhelms. Yin yang kittehs. Biodiversity reclamation suits. “Yarn is patient.” We all need a Captain … Continue reading