But take a look at this entry at the Going Underground Blog. At the time that photograph was taken, I was living in Pinner in the U.K. Boy, does that picture bring back memories!
Also, something else I keep forgetting to mention is this:
This is Toe-Up Socks in a Box: Essential Sock Techniques and 20 Toe-Up Patterns from Wendy Knits and will be available on November 2, 2010. Just in time for holiday gift-giving. 😀
It’s a box of 20 sock patterns, taken from my two sock books. The patterns are printed on cards so that you can easily slip a card in your knitting bag. There are also cards with step-by-step instructions for techniques.
I’ve got something else knitting-related coming down the pike (she said mysteriously), the manuscript for which is due to my publisher at the end of this month, so this is a very busy week for me, as I plan to get it off my desk by the end of the week. What is it? All will be revealed in the fullness of time!
The Pi at Hand
Debbie asked in the comments if a 39″ needle will be long enough to accommodate all the stitches of the pi after the last increase. The answer is yes, it will. I have all my stitches fairly comfortably on a 32″ needle, and did so for the last pi I knit.
If you were to do extra repeats in any given section, how many would you do to make it uniform to the other sections?
I’d say you could do a couple extra repeats in any section and keep the uniformity of the design.
Here is Lucy, spending quality time with her fuzzy rat.