Good work. I'm doing one of the gnomes for our "Biggest Morning Tea" next year which has a Christmas theme. All proceeds are for Cancer research so maybe I should do a few more and see if they are as popular as yours were.
Another classic from your clever hands.
That truly is "a coat of many colours". Lovely work.
Lovely work - I tried the 9" needles but struggled with them. I now knit my socks with 11" which are just right for my hands.
Beautiful job - it will be a pleasure to wear this.
Beautiful job - just love those old patterns.
Love them because they are different - and beautifully matched and knitted as usual.
Wow, you won't be missed in this jacket! Wonderful job.
Nothing wrong with a good old classic pair of plain socks - and beautifully knitted as always.
Beautifully knitted and it suits you perfectly. Well done!
What an amazing piece of work - stunning!
Thanks for all your advice - I finally figured out that it is in fact to mark a fold line. It was pretty funny looking it up online - I got heaps of information on "Inverted row" relating to weightlifting that involves hanging upside down. Don't think I'll be trying that while I knit!
These are beautifully knitted - great job.
I am making a house that sits on top of a tea cosy. It is done in moss stitch but in two particular rows the pattern says "Knit across (inverted row)" and then in another place "Purl across (inverted row)". Does anyone know what this means? I am wondering if these are just the fold lines when assembling the finished house.
Absolutely gorgeous work and it looks beautiful on you.