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The history of textiles is fascinating and there's so much of it. Here is an interesting article and video Humanity's Early Textile Boom. https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/textiles-humanitys-early-tech-boom/vi-BB1g3hde?ocid=msedgdhp
Finished at last! Started in July 2020! Wasn't hard to knit but you just had to go on blind faith. It was knit diagonally from bottom starting with a triangle. Completely seamless. I don't know how anyone writes a pattern like this. The yarn was just wonderful: Berroco Comfort Sock Nylon/Acrylic which is perfect for summer wearing. Pattern is Karpa. I was inspired by a top Roberta knit. Cindy Moore
Baby blanket for the newest great-grand! All cotton, nice pattern to knit. Pattern is Lincoln Baby Blanket, designed by Lorna Miser. It is available from Willow Yarns. It was written for a different weight yarn which meant I had to recalculate everything! Marjorie Kruger
1st Project: Sweater for Son-in-Law Luke Postle (photo posted with his permission). DROPS design 13-18, (pattern available HERE). Size M/L, knitted using DROPS Muskat Mercerized Cotton (yarn available HERE).
I completed these weavings some time ago but just now got around to framing them and finding a place for them in my new home. They are woven from left over needlepoint wool on a digitally printed circular loom which can be found here. Cindy Moore