I can think of worse things to bite!!!! mind you I am on a ban to new crafts because they take over your life! what lovely yarn is that? wool/cotton? looks beautiful!Corrie:)
Ahh...that ol'trick...just heading to the wool shop for some 'stitch markers'...oh sure! Like me going to Amitie to pick up some new rotary blades ;) LOVING your choice of wool x
cool idea :). I use a large safety pin as then I can close it when I'm interupted mid cable. Greatbug to get bitten by too!
Whoa lady! I can't believe the second project involves a cable! Come on - 'fess thee up - whatchamakin'?
wow i'm impressed the bug has bitten. cable... think i better hop to it and try some new stuff... what are you making ?
Hee hee :-) I think you're a great lateral thinker! Enjoy.
I remember the first time I tried cable, I used a broken knitting needle. It is nice to have the proper tools. Just watch out for whatever else beckons you to buy whilst you're there...
shoot. i need to learn how to do cables...i love knitting (have 3 projects currently) but no one i know knows how to do cables and i'm afraid to learn from a book.
Ooooh, perfect navy top for your little girl and now something cabled? You are totallysbitten by the bug! I wonder if I really gave it a go if I could knit too? Oh well, will just have to watch what you make. :)
wow, your second knitted project has cables? That's impressive. Is it a Fetching? I use a spare double point needle as my cable needle. Keep us updated with that cable progress!
Gorgeous colour in these images. Lovely.
Beautiful work, you make! Love the new yarn. Perfect color!
I made my own using a bamboo skewer. Only trouble is when the little one grabs it and runs away with it. It's handy to hang a row counter on it too! Of course, I did buy a proper cable holder.
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