Passionate purple links.

knitting purple.jpg

Excellent question.

Offered without comment.

A knitterly, sheepy cake.

The silliness, it burns like fire. Oh, hell yeah.

Uh-oh.

Oh, yeah, I’ve been there.

This is magnificent.

These socks are impressive, but these take the prize.

Reversible socks.

Tarmac Tuesday: it’s a thing.

“It’s like walking big, not-very-well-behaved dogs.”

Invisible short rows. Method 1. Method 2.

Yarn maze!

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6 Responses to Passionate purple links.

  1. kayT says:

    Thanks for the link to the Method 2 short rows. I used them once and had a link but lost it and couldn’t remember where it was. I avoided short rows and with the shadow version I don’t even need to! Thanks. (PS Love that purple.)

  2. The socks look like concentration is involved but they are wonderful. Love the big dogs talking a walk……baa baa

  3. gayle says:

    General Hogbuffer is my favorite sock designer. (And that’s right up there on the ‘unlikely sentences to type’ list)
    I enjoyed the short row links. My daughter is currently working on some wraps using short rows, and was struggling with the instructions in the pattern. I finally worked out what was being called for, but there are easier ways… I’ve now sent her these links!
    And I love those big not-very-well-behaved dogs! 8)

  4. Nicole says:

    That is a neat embroidered solar system! I agree, though, it would be hard to drop that much for it.

    Sheep cake! And wow. Please do not ever ask me to wear a curling hat.

  5. k says:

    The pink mohair and glitter skirt was okay, and the next one too, but the rest? No.
    Also, I say “A”.

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