Archive for the ‘Black Fountain Pen Shawl’ Category

 

knittedyarns 3 Factors to Consider When Knitting Fountain Pen Shawl

Since Purl By the Sea is closing, my husband and I are heading out to Montauk to take advantage of the great ocean beach and the friendship that we’ve build with the other knitters at Purl By the Sea. My husband treated me to a wonderful trio of knitting books including Volume 2 of Barbara […]

knittedyarns Montauk Bound With Knitting

We love the beach in Montauk which can be relatively empty (at least by New Yorkers’ standards) on holiday weekends. It’s a wonderful expanse of beach with rolling waves that make for peaceful rejuvenation. Of course, it’s not every Manhattanite’s idea of a “local” beach but my husband and I make it an adventure and […]

knittedyarns Sunset on a Knitting-filled Fire Island Vacation

The end of vacations is always bitter sweet, especially summer ones on Fair Harbor’s car-free beach. While the weather wasn’t sunny and bright every day, it allowed us space to re-charge our batteries and get away from the everyday routine. One great advantage of vacation knitting is that you have a tangible reminder of your […]

knittedyarns Black Malabrigo Fountain Pen Shawl Begun

Based on ┬áthe recommendation of Alyssa, the manager at The Point, I decided to use the two skeins of black Malabrigo merino sock yarn for the Fountain Pen Shawl in the Spring 2009 Interweave Knits magazine. The yarn is scrumptious. It’s a delight to touch and pet! After the Shetland Scarf that I made for […]