Remember the UFO that I blogged about a couple of weeks ago ? The Treetop socks that my daughter started in 2009, but were left in the attic when she left for college? I thought they were almost done – that I was ready to start the heel. Sure looked that way… […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Epic Socks
I found the ideal project to put into the Star Trek bag. It is a UFO, and like all UFO’s, there is a story attached. My daughter, Deborah, is (sometimes) a knitter, and she likes to knit socks. More accurately, she likes to knit a sock. One is enough, and unlike other people who forge […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The perfect project for the Star Trek bag
The new Knitty for Winter is up. This is always a fun issue, and this one features a “must-knit” sweater by friend and mentor Donna Druchunas. She happened to spot our new Annetarsia Knits ad on the same page! Whoo hoo! Shout out to Bobbie Hodges, who knit the Sunriver scarf, and Sara Olson, our […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Annetarsia Knits is in good company!
I am making good progress on the Roseleaves Tunic– Meg Swansen’s design from A Gathering of Lace. I haven’t knit lace in awhile. It’s fun. I briefly thought about re-doing the charts into JC Briars’ “Stitch Maps”. This is an amazing new system that makes the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Roseleaves tunic- lace knitting (and a bit of Book news)