Highland PTO: "Highland Elementary PTO Craft Fair The craft fair will be an outdoor event, open to the public, on Saturday November 13th from 9:00am-3:00pm.� It will be a great place to get started with your holiday shopping.� Baked goods will be available.� Raffles will be held every hour.� Please make plans to attend.� Tell your neighbors and your friends!�� We do need people to donate baked goods on Friday November 12th.� Items must be individually wrapped and ready for sale.� If you would like to donate some baked goods, please contact the PTO at email@example.com.�" I am setting up a booth at the Highland Elementary PTO Craft Fair, If you are in the area come on down and visit. Cynthia O.
I am currently working on a baby sweater, I am filming the process and uploaded it to youtube and here. there are two versions one with a 1x1 rib stitch you see here. and one with a moss stitch for the bands. [not quite finished yet] If you would like the pattern contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My current work in progress (WIP) is an Afghan, I had previously crochet 63 squares, but I did not want to sew them together, So I decide to knit them together. How you ask, I cast on about 30 stitches. I used the seam as you go method and joined two squares together (one on each side) when that was done I cast off and removed, I then cast on 30 stitches and jointed the two I just completed to a third, so now I had a strip of 3 crocheted squares joined with knitted squares. I continued until I had the length I liked. I then made another strip using the same method. When that strip was the same length and I cast off, I then cast on 30 stitches again this time instead of joining squares I joined the strips together. I did this make a strip join to previous strip, until I had the size afghan I wanted. Now I cast on 1 stitches knitted 1 row, add 1 stitch, knit 1 row, add 1 stitch, knit 1 row, do this until you have 7 stitches, end up on the side opposite of where you are hanging the af…
Welcome to my Bond Blog, not to be confused with blond blog. In this corner we will travel the road of understanding of the Ultimate Sweater Machine created by Bond. This is included the Incredible Sweater Machine, The Bond Classic. The Bond Elite (Minus the ribber, bond no longer makes the ribber unfortunately) This can also include the clone E-Z Knitter put out a few years ago, but removed from the market because of copy-write laws to the bond. I will include excellent links to wonderful patterns.