You know, it’s a lot easier to crank out a scarf in Mistake Rib than in cable-every-row Crazy Town.
Mistake Rib is a great stitch pattern for scarves. It’s easy for your fingers to memorize, doesn’t curl, and produces a thick squooshy fabric.
The idea with Mistake Rib is that you’re knitting K2P2 . . . → Read More: The Scarf Keeps Growing
Sims Sunday will return next week!
Earlier this week, Norma announced that the Red Scarf Project is short of their goal by about 1,800 scarves. They need quality, unisex scarves, deadline December 15th.
I was planning to sit out Red Scarf Project 2009, since breaking my wrist last May played havoc with my knitting plans for the year. I’m still . . . → Read More: Red Scarves Needed
In less disgusting news, I had a last-minute request for a pair of knit socks for Christmas.
Fancy Image DK sock yarn, quick and pretty!
I have been thinking about dishcloths a lot lately. Ever since this day last week when the back of my right hand had this terrible smell. No matter how often I washed it, I couldn’t get the smell off. It was quite the mystery.
When I wash my hands during the day at home, . . . → Read More: Dishcloth 911