Archive for the ‘Scarf/Shawl’ Category

 

knittedyarns DC Bound Knitting- 5 Travel Knitting Tips

5 travel knitting hints to help you carry your knitting wherever you go.

knittedyarns 3 Hints to Get Lacy Baktus Scarf on Track

Sweeping the Norwegian blogs, the Lacy Baktus Scarf is a wonderful garter stitch project that takes only one skien of sock yarn. Here are 3 tips to help you get started with knitting your Lacy Baktus Scarf limited do overs.

knittedyarns 4 Suggestions for Reducing Your UFO Pile-Another UFO becomes FO

I needed an easy project to carry with me and I found an unfinished navy lace scarf in my UFO pile.

While knitting it, I came up with 4 suggestions for reducing your UFO pile.

knittedyarns Cashmerino Heartland Shawl Begins…

Starting a new lace project using the blue-grey Debbie Bliss baby cashmerino. I am making Evelyn Clark’s Heartland Shawl, which is a free lace pattern.

knittedyarns Fuschia Nightsong Shawl Runs Out of Beads-FO

Fushia Nightsong Shawl with Beads. Additional insights about beading and what do to when you run short of beads.

knittedyarns 4 Hints When Knitting With Beads-Nightsong Lace Shawl

4 Hints regarding how to add beads to knitted lace using a crochet hook

knittedyarns Labor Day Knitting With Hudson River View

To mark the close of summer, my husband and I took advantage of the good weather to watch the sunset over the Hudson from the new High Line Park. ┬áThree flights above the westside of Manhattan, the High Line Park has been created from the remains of the old railroad tracks. It runs from the […]

knittedyarns 4 Factors to Consider When Making Nightsong Shawl-Another Finished Object

Nightsong Shawl – 4 factors to consider when knitting it

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 […]