Laurel. Alan Dart has his own web-site now, and is offering a selection of his older patterns available for download. He accepts paypal. Do a google search for Alan Dart's site, and you should be able to find lots to keep you busy. I am not responsible for all the money you spend. Ha ha, Vivian
I was admiring your socks, and realized that I had just taken out the Nancy Bush book from the library. It is always better seeing a finished project. Now I am inspired. Do they stretch out of shape after wearing?
Tee hee to Brita Bear. I would love company while I knit my gnomes. Lucky Trina for being able to subscribe to the magazine and feast on the new Alan Dart creations. I am trying to knit my next gnome using my newly learned sock method using 2 circular needles. Hope this will save me from all the stitching of seams later. Stay tuned.
The light blue yarn is used for the cuff folded back on itself. You have to use a soft soft cotton as it hugs those fat baby ankles. The fuzzy yarn is then used to create the rest of the slipper.
I have a pattern written out on a small small piece of paper stored in a huge box of larger pieces of paper. I will try to post the instructions when I next see the pattern re-surface from my storage system.