Friday, August 26, 2005
I don't really think the yarn is that bright in person, although it was brighter than I anticipated from the website when I ordered it.
Labels: Vintage Velvet
Thursday, August 25, 2005
Enjoying The Morning
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
I am having photo upload problems on my Blog still but maybe I'll get it figured out before I loose all my patients.... grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Sunday, August 21, 2005
Another Newbie here
Being fairly new to knitting (I started Mar 1, 05) some of the scarves may be beyond my limited abilities, but being adventurous with knitting needles, maybe not.
Shelly in Northern California
Scarf Style Knit-Out Contest
The grand prize winner from each city will be featured in the Winter 2005 Interweave Knits, with other prizes for runners-up.
For more information, visit the official website.
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
This is my first post.. I think I am doing it right ?
I absolutely Love the Scarf Style Book and I want to make almost everything that is in it. All I need are a few more hands... :)
I am not really sure which project I will start with but I am sort of leaning towards Enes Scarf..
I will also be wipping up some of the ripple scarves for My grandaughters.. Love those Pom Poms..
The Fair Isle scarf is very intreging. Has anyone done that one yet?
I just started a Blog http://pennyknits.blogspot.com/
But I don't quite know how to work it yet... Guess I need to find some HELP... I published Twice and it says that I published twice but I guess they are one two seperate pages because the link will only take you to the First one. How do I publish on the same page continuously? Like here on Scarf Styla?
Well.. Thanks for "listening"
Halfway Through Ene's Scarf
I'm having a great time knitting this shawl/scarf. I'm using a discontinued fingering-weight yarn (K1C2's Madelaine) and US 8 needles.
Another Ruffles! This project was so much fun to knit! I was happy to learn how to knit backwards, too. I used Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere-- it is the perfect weight for all seasons! I was knitting at school one day (I'm a teacher) and one of my students told me it looked like I was knitting DNA. Now everyone refers to it as my double helix, instead of just "Ruffles."
Labels: Ruffles Scarf
Tuesday, August 16, 2005
happy to join
last week i finaly got my scarfstyle copy and immediately had to join this knitalong....i'm so thrilled about the patterns that i might knit every scarf of the book! the only problem is, what do i knit first.......
mailansa from berlin, germany
Wednesday, August 10, 2005
Details on my blog.
I'll be looking for your Ene's scarf!
Thursday, August 04, 2005
Another Midwest Moonlight
Labels: Midwest Moonlight
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
Hi, I have been following this knit along for awhile. Wow! What a beautiful bunch of scarves you all have created. Here is my first from the book. It is made from 70% baby alpaca/30% merino from Elann.
Labels: Midwest Moonlight
Questions for you entrelac pros:
1) do you all knit backwards?
2) did you wrap your short rows? (even backwards? LOL)
3) How long did it take you?
Here is a pic of the 'mess' on my needle last night (the mess everyone says is good!)...(it's the Maya)....
Hmm photo upload doesn't seem to be working. Check out my
blog for the photo.