Before I stop going on about VK Live in San Francisco, I did want to tell you about the two other classes I took. Saturday morning was Color Interaction in Fair Isle, which was taught by Mary Jane Mucklestone. She gave us each 6 skeins of Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift (there was a materials fee for… Continue reading VK Live 3 – Last Post on This, I Swear
With the body knitted and the shoulder seams done, the next step on Glenesk was to cut the arm steeks and start the sleeves. Cut? Knitting? Yes. I know – it freaked me out too, but it really isn’t hard. Other than emotionally. Emotionally it is very, very hard. Physically, not so much. To answer… Continue reading Eek – Steeks!
Finally done with the body of my Glenesk! Excuse the horrible picture – waited until it was dark out and had to use weird indoor lighting. Better pictures to come! I just finished the body today. The last step was to do a three needle bind-off for the shoulders. Done and done! Then came the next… Continue reading Body of Work
Glenesk continues to proceed along at a reasonable pace… I’m less than a pattern repeat from being done with the torso. I have a terrible feeling it may be quite a bit too long, but if so I will deal with it later. After I finish the torso and do the sleeves, I plan to… Continue reading Yarn Wrangling