Today boys wear all colors. These are the in colors, now and I think they are great for a boy and I am 70.
Not laughing, yes it does work. I do a lot of sewing (and knitting), I run dull pins and needles thru my hair all the time. It was my Grandmother's tip as well.
The cubic are easy and are not as slick as most metal. The are easier on my thumbs, I.e.hands
Size 12" for baby/toddler
16" for adults. You will need Dpns if knitting in round for decrease.
Would love to have that pattern.can you e-mail to me?
Thanks, hope so.
If you are close to Yukon, Ok maybe I could help?
Caroline we have a lot in common,I have a female Tri Pappion. Here is a great vest pattern for your yarn. Http:://www.berroco com/exclusives/seabrook/.html
I am knitting it now and it is so easy. Hope you like it.
I would love the pattern, good looking socks.
Start who a simple dish cloth. Cotten yarn and size 10 needle. First just start with simple knit stitch, then proceed to purl. Internet can teach you the simplest cast on method, knit stitch, purl stitch and bind off methods. Before you know it you will me knitting like a pro. Be patient.
I use that yarn because 3 ply is so hard to find. I volunteer for our local hospital and our baby hat club requires 3 ply. Every baby born in our hospital receives a hat and bootie set. The yarn is soft and durable, let's face it, nothing that is knit or croched looks the same after washed. Hobby Lobby has all if their "I Love Yarn" brand made in Turkey and you can't beat their baby sport yarn.
I love it! I will definitely do this. Thanks
Yes, sort of, baby sport is, however baby yarn is 3 ply not 4. So look on the strip for the number. Hope this helps.