Sunday, December 6, 2009

On Notice...

I've been advised that, any day now, Wood is going to post about the sweater she just finished for her son and that she's going to link over to this site so people can see what we've been up to. If that's where you just were and you're here to snoop around...


Have a seat, make yourself at home. If you want to start at the beginning and attempt to knit this baby up yourself, start here. The tutorials I created are in the sidebar on the right (down there... a little lower... keep going... there). If you sign up for a (free) membership to Scribd, I believe you can download and save them to your computer. If not, just click on my links below and print them out onto paper from the Scribd site. And let me know if you have any problems. I'm a novice and I have no idea what I'm doing (not that I'll let that stop me).

If you want to learn to knit or sew or anything else that's crafty, drop me a line. I might be able to help you. If you leave a comment on the blog, it won't be published right away - I have things set up so that I can moderate comments, for now. I have a full-time day job, so I'll do my best to get back to you asap, but please forgive me if it takes a few days. I'm not ignoring you, I swear.

Glad you came to visit! I'm sorry I'm a little short on photos at the moment - I'm sans camera. I promise I'll fix that as soon as I can (Santa baby, just slip a Canon under the tree, for me...Been an awful good girl...).

See you again very soon, with some more goodies.


  1. Hi I just came here from Sweet Juniper and am interested in making this sweater. Phase III is not loading though. Can you help?


  2. Hi P.!

    So sorry about that! I did warn y'all that I'm a total amateur. The link in the sidebar should work, now. Thanks for the interest! I put together these tutorials, assuming that the reader (Wood) knows how to cast on, bind off, knit and purl. If you have any questions, I'd be happy to help.

    Have fun knitting!

  3. Just read Wood's entry and popped over to say that you're totally awesome!

  4. Thanks, dude! You're pretty swell, too. I'm going on the assumption here that all Sweet Juniper readers are cool...

    Thanks again for the kudos!

  5. I was visiting SweetJuniper (one of the best blog's around) and just wanted to say thanks for making all knitters look awesome! You did a great job mentoring Wood, and it looks like she's becoming a knitter. Great recco on the pattern suggestion--that book is terrific.