Tuesday night I went to a knitting class at Colorful Yarns taught by Stacey. Look at the fun needles I got: This is the Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needles Kit. It was a bit more than I planned to spend, but now I have a wide variety of needle sizes and cord lengths; and the tips… Continue reading Knitting Class
Month: April 2007
Ribbed Hat Finished
(Sorry for the poor coloring; this is really a lovely shade of blue) Started: Sunday, April 1st * Finished: Sunday, April 15th Yarn: Caron Simply Soft Color: Lt. Country Blue (9709) Needles: Clover #8 16" Circular Pattern: 1×1 Ribbed Hat from Kis*Knit’s free patterns As I mentioned before, this hat was supposed to be finished… Continue reading Ribbed Hat Finished
Can I teach someone how to knit?
An interesting thing happened at lunch today. For the past few months I have been knitting during my lunch break in the lower level of my office building. They have some nice, comfy chairs and a couple of couches which makes it a great place to knit and listen to my iPod. Today a woman… Continue reading Can I teach someone how to knit?
I met the Yarn Harlot!
I know, I should have posted this sooner, but on Thursday night Stephanie Pearl-McPhee came to Denver! Her discussion and book signing was held at the Tattered Cover on Thursday at 7:30pm. They started handing out tickets at 6:30pm. I had to work late, so I didn't get there until about 6:15; I was the… Continue reading I met the Yarn Harlot!
Since the Yarn Harlot will be coming to Denver on Thursday, I started this hat today as part of her Represent book tour. I'm using the 1x1 Ribbed Hat pattern from Kis*Knit's free patterns. I've been wanting to knit this hat for a while, so I'm excited to see how it turns out. I have… Continue reading Represent