See pirates, it IS a knitting club!
I've been knitting little jackets and bootees for a friend's twins.
I am now on my third attempt at knitting from an old pattern book that was my grandma's. I am failing at the piquot edge. It says to knit the cast on edge with the stitches on the needle but it keeps looking twisted. I've done it before with a different pattern and that says to sew it up afterwards - so that's what I'm going to do. G'ah, I will not be beaten by this pattern!
hi By 'eck, I'm a novice but love oohing at other people's brilliant works.
Small those are beautiful.
Looking good Schmunks and I know just what you mean about getting muddled and ripping back.
I can't work out how to post a pic of the finished scarf but I have put a photo on FB for those who frequent that place.
Mauve version now on the needles.
What beautiful presents small. Well done
Power of the ninja.
Hopefully we find out if its blue or pink on the 20th March, TP.
Only quite small butI like it.
Potato chip scarf.
Earl grey tea with a dash of skimmed milk
It sounds complicated reading it but I guess once you get your head round it then it's not that complicated. Very pretty result.
Too much milk in the tea for me too
My tea is weak and I was known as Mrs Magnolia in NCT days
Its really easy, TP and apparently the technique is short rows.
by 'eck, it's hilly wrote (see)
Yup, short row shaping. I 'learnt' how to do that when i first started cos i would forget where I was in a row and turn my knitting round. Oops! I love earl grey tea, and roobois, and lemon and ginfer and....
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