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For my Aussie KPers- ice yarns
I have had a lot if inputs about ice yarns- all positive feedback.
I have never ordered yarn from them but i checked their website and they have a huge variety.
My wuestions to you lovely people are
1. Have youever ordered from them?
What do you think about their quality?
How long did it take fir the parcel to reach you?
And anything else that i need to know.
Thank you fir your valuable inputs and your precious time.
I look forward to hearing from you before i make a decision.
Thank you all kindly.
A Lion Brand Pattern using wool ease thick & quick. A pattern purchased through the lion brand site.
I added fringing to the both ends
Showing the size of the throw
Ladybugs or not?
Here is a baby hat I crocheted, and am thinking of putting buttons of ladybugs on it
what do you think??
It hasn't been washed yet.
Boom shawl in Caron Cake
I could not f8nd the picture before. Here it is
I have been busy, but not done any blocking, have a box full of projects to be blocked. Now that the weather is turning a little it warmer, I think is about time to do that. But here is some that I don’t plan to block.
Done with Caron small cake.
Done for my Caron yarn
Same pattern as the other hat, this one done in sport weight.
I’m not known for being the most organized person around, so I am wondering how does anyone organize their knitting projects, in separate single bags, in bins or how? And that’s just projects, I have a closet full of left overs, skeins etc etc and then what I’m currently working on in a big basket....would love to hear some ideas....
Mary Jane's and Mitts, in new born size
Today's knitting for Sade Iritana, I did not notice till later that the shoes are the wrong way round!
DK, on 3.25mm and 4mm double points. I adapted the Mitts pattern to circular to avoid a seam.
My Latest Brother Bulky Knitting Machine Project
Hi - I just finished an easy project; and, I think I am going to enjoy it. The pattern was free on Bond America. I tweaked the pattern a little - I did 7 stitches of ribbing - 4 on the main bed and 3 on the ribber on each side. I figured that would keep the shawl from curling; and, it worked. I also figured out how wide I wanted it to work with the ribbon that I had. The second picture came out sorta light and it's hard to see how the yarn changed from brown to beige. The yarn is Red Heart Super Saver Ombre Cocoa. The grosgrain ribbon is cream colored. It was a fun and fast knit -- threading the ribbon took longer than the knitting.
Just finished this graphgan for my nephew.
R is for Rabbit/T is for Tulips
I made this little guy for a 2-yr. old guest we are expecting in April. My SIL is coming, together with her husband, their son and his wife and their 2-yr. old son. I thought it might be wise to have a few things on hand for him to play with while they're here and, even though it will be hard to part with the rabbit, he'll be going home with them.
The pattern is "R is for Rabbit" by yarnmiracle.com and I used Bernat Pipsqueak yarn (2 skeins). I'm going to redo his nose as the pink I used is too pale and doesn't really show - maybe something in the same color range but a little darker.