Dawn of another knitting links day.


Another kind of lace.

Socks for the winos among us.

For the cross stitch aficionados among us.

Tidy left-leaning decreases. via knittyblog.com

For the crocheters: how to make an argyle scarf via the color pooling of variegated yarn

“Sometimes it is best just to jump right in.


Remember: green means there is hover text under the link.

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5 Responses to Dawn of another knitting links day.

  1. k says:

    Thank you! for the left-leaning decrease. I have been known to turn the work around and purl 2 together.
    And I probably will never knit a fence – maybe a panel or two! – but it would probably be cool to knit or crochet a panel for climbing vines. It would look pretty till the vines grow tall enough to cover it.
    I remember jumping right in, converting a flat-knit mitten pattern to in the round. I don’t remember getting the needles or the yarn, or why it occurred to me to run that teeny thread of red in with the heathered black worsted, but I remember those mittens! No idea what happened to them, though.

  2. Nicole says:

    “Cross Stitch World”? Uh oh.

    (And I love the socks.)

  3. Kat with a K says:

    That fence…oh man!

  4. gayle says:

    Oh, dear. That cross stitch app is remarkably soothing…

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