For anybody that is or was a member of Bluprint (previously Craftsy), they are shutting down. If you have credits with them, you need to use them up by May 31st. If you have purchased classes from them, they are working on a way to let people download their classes. They are posting info on… Continue reading Bluprint/Craftsy News
Well, I finally made the decision between my rainbow yarn options, and wound up my Knitted Wit Radioactive Rainbow. It is very bright and cheery and makes me smile every time I look at it. Also, ultimately this is me with my Gnarledpaw yarn It’s my own, my Preciousssssssssss! How about you – have any… Continue reading Pride Sock KAL Prep
I’m just starting the webbing on the first sleeve! I had done 5 or so rows on it, then realized I had messed up the spacing. So I took it back to where I started, did some mathing, and now I think it’s right. It’s not going to narrow very much, because by this end… Continue reading Arachne Progress
In October 2017, I bought and read a book called Dimensional Tuck Knitting by Tracy Purtscher, which is about a new technique she developed for creating texture in knitted fabric. Today I took another day off from production knitting to just play around, and this time I finally got around to trying out some of… Continue reading Just 2 1/2 Years Later
As usual, please forgive the terrible indoor nighttime light. It’s not done done – it’s blocking right now, and I need to weave in a few ends. But mostly, it’s done!
VK Live is doing another virtual event in early June! Link to register is here. Classes are selling out already again, but there were some left last time I looked, for anyone interested. There have been hints that they might do a bunch more of these, which I am definitely hoping for 🙂 Also, this… Continue reading More Virtual Events
I decided to leave the body on scrap yarn for a while and finish off the sleeves, then go back and finish the body. The first sleeve is going fine – just plain stockinette, so it’s sailing along. I plan to keep trying it on though, to make sure the forearm webbing goes where I… Continue reading Arachne Progress