Ok, so for Christmas, my mom got me 2 skeins of Noro Sakura, in the #1 colorway
My question is this: What the heck should I do with it? It's so yummy, so pretty, and I can't think of what to do with it! My thought is to get a few more skeins of it and make a Clapotis, what do you think?
Ok, so my partner is changing her name from "HerFirstName HerLastName" to "HerFirstName HerLastName MyLastName" next month. (She currently has no middle name, so she'll take HerLastName as her middle name)
I need ideas for gifties!!
And they don't necessarily have to be craft-related.
So far, I've come up with notepads. And that's about it.
(btw, my dad wanted to put up one of those "It's a Girl!" signs in their yard. Think he's honored about all this?)
Ok, so somehow, while I was mindlessly working away on my Booga bag for the Knitting Olympics, someone snuck in and put in a yarn over. Of course, I didn't notice it until I'd completed 2 or 3 more rounds.
So I probably only have 3 choices: 1. Ignore it, hoping that the felting will fix it. 2. Wait till I get home, whip out my handy-dandy crochet hook, and drop the stitch. 3. Frog it completely back to the row, remove the yarn over and go back to knitting.
Any thoughts? Any other techniques you'd recommend?
So here it is. My dad wants to be able to do something with his hands. The problem is, he's diabetic, and has little feeling in his hands. He used to be able to knit (in the 60's, of course!), and he's tried to knit now, just because I'm picking it up now. It's tough for him.
What I'm wondering is if he might be able to use the Knifty Knitters a little easier.