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Knitted scarf

By Teena in Toronto on Nov 16, 2018 in: Knitting

I finished knitting a scarf tonight.  I had most of a ball of Ocean Shades Blanket Yarn By Bernat left over from an afghan I'd finished in the spring.Cast on 20 stitches using 8.5mm needles (I used circular).  I kept kni...

I finished knitting a scarf tonight.  I had most of a ball of Jump Rope Blanket Yarn By Bernat left over from an afghan I'd finished last week.Cast on 20 stitches using 8.5mm needles (I used circular).  I kept knitting and knittin...

I finished knitting an afghan tonight.  I used just over four balls of Jump Rope Blanket Yarn By Bernat.Cast on 4 stitches using 8.5mm needles (I used circular).Knit 2, YO, Knit to end.Turn work.Knit 2, YO, Knit to end.Turn work.Keep doing...

Aren't these fun socks! They are my Ripple Wave Socks and I feel like dancing a jig in these sprightly colors.  Just like the wonderful Irish folk song Uncle Benny "they've set my toes a tapping" hum hum hum.  Of late I've spent t...

Whether it's May gray or June gloom Springtime in California is often foggy and downright cold. And yet I don't want to be pulling on winter woollies any longer as emotionally I've moved on to the next season.  Which is why I always knit a few S...

This post is a very brief break from the usual. It features the jumpers mentioned in yesterday's gratitude item (clicking on them should let you access a larger version). My dad took the photos in challenging lighting conditions :) Today's Gratitu...

At last, a use for that industrial knitting machine you bought at a yard sale! Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a method that generates knitting patterns for arbitrary 3D shapes, opening the possibility of "on-demand knitting." Think 3D print...