Specs over at Flickr.
My mother-in-law's birthday is February 20th. Lots of time to spare! Now, perhaps, I can get back to the Oregon Vest. I'm still in limbo over the need to rip since I haven't yet triple checked my work.
A new, and interesting, resource on the internet is The Walker Treasury Project. Here's what it's about:
We're gathering high-quality, color photos of all the patterns in all the Treasury books (including Mosaic Knitting) and putting them on the internet as a visual aide to this wonderful collection.The only caveat is that the actual instructions for the stitch can't be posted because of copyright infringement. But I can find Barbara Walker's books at my local library, and maybe you can too.
I love to collect stitch dictionaries. I own:
- Barbara Walker's first three books - purchased last year
- the Reader's Digest Ulitmate Source Book - a gift from by husband, bought at a book sale
- James Norbury's Traditional Knitting Patterns - bought in a used book store
- the Complete Encyclopedia of Stitchery -bought in a used book store, when I was a teenager
- both the first and second book of Modern Lace Knitting - a gift from a knit buddy who had duplicates