[Translate] About 2 months ago I released my Untangling Cables ebook on this site and I would like to thank everybody that has bought a copy. I truly hope that there was something in there that you found informative. I have had lots of very positive feedback and suggestions about it. One of those suggestions was to put a project pattern in it. As it turns out, I was at my Sunday group with the [more]
[Translate] Well, I hope by now everybody that has participated in the very first Socks KAl has finished their first pair. If you haven’t, don’t worry, finish them at your own pace (see yesterday’s post). You now have all the information you need to create socks on your own without a pattern. All you need to do is have your yarn and needles so you can figure out your gauge and make a few simple [more]
Yarn, like drugs … is highly addictive and if its use is not monitored can quickly get out of control leading to a large surplus, otherwise known as a “stash”.
[Translate] Wow! I’m speechless. From 9 – 5 today, a regular working day, my Area 51 (stash) was transformed from the organized chaos that it was to a neat orderly stash where not only do I know what I have, I can find it (and so can anybody else) in a matter of seconds! How did this happen you ask? Well, remember the lady I mentioned in the post this morning? Well, she may be [more]
[Translate] Well it seems that the craze going around the knitting blogs right now is this survey of what you have/want to/ and will do in the past/present/future. Basically its a long list of things related to knitting. The idea is that you are to copy it and bold the items you’ve done, italicize the ones you plan to do, and leave the rest normal type (the ones you don’t plan on doing). Normally I’m [more]