I may not be there yet, but I’m closer than I was yesterday.
The actual patterns for the socks in the e-book version of …and a time to knit stockings are in PDF files so they can be opened and printed nicely on both Macs and PCs. These pages were originally laid out for commercial printing with allowance for binding. I’ve come to a difficult conclusion. I need to redo the layouts so they will print nicely on personal printers. I am embarking upon this task today.
The photo above is the Cass Street Depot — our local yarn shop. It was built in the 1870s as a passenger station. Thankfully, this landmark was saved from demolition and is now in the registry of historical buildings.
Just wanted to say I am very much looking forward to the new a time to knit stockings. I have your pattern book from Tongue River Farm, and I have really enjoyed making these socks… here’s a picture of the Waves & Rivulet socks I made with some alpaca yarn a few years ago. http://mykp.vox.com/library/photo/6a00c2251c79b5604a00c2251e24d0604a.html
That’s how long I’ve been looking forward to your new book! 😉
mary mcmahon said:
Katherine , i just found your website and love it. It will be a daily read for me. Your tiur sweater is stunnig. do you plan to sell that pattern? thanks, Mary mcmahon