Right and wrong don't apply to knitting patterns.
You drop stitches or you don't, that's all.
Amy Witting, "Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop".
Wow. If I stay around you bad, bad friends long enough to get the urger to do some spinning (something I haven't done for 30 years nearly!!), I know where to borrow a carder.I have to admit, I saw a spinning wheel at Revolve better Bits on Saturday - and gave it a second glance. Then I decided to ignore it!!But I keep on looking at these love carded dyed wool - and I suspect I may be tempted. NOOOOO I did NOT say that... I did not, I did not...
I am seriously thinking I would like to spin my own yarn. I never thought I would say that but somehow looking at people's handspun yarn makes me want to try.
Oh my. That looks to me like several christmas come at once. And I just know there's a good story to go with it.
OOOoo La La
That looks like a serious bit of hardware. Have you ever scratched yourself on the carder spikes?Just browsing Knitty and found these tam patters. Great idea for 'spare' variegated yarns :) http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter07/PATTtam.html
You went to Which Craft and took it while no one was looking...didn't you??? HAHAHAHAHAHASigh.... maybe one day Santa will hear my plea.
Oh! Oh! Amazing!! Can I touch it?
Can I come over and watch you play with it?? Please!!!
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