interchangeable knitting needle wrap using this tutorial
I redid the zip but made the same mistake again - cutting the hole too big. It looked ok but as I fiddled with it the edges frayed and it started to look too messy... Despite not having a big enough piece of fabric to do it again I unpicked it cut the fabric in half. and sewed it back together again. The zip 'hole' is better but its squint. I daren't unpick again...
I'm really pleased with. My handstitching is wonky and the zip isn't good but I love the fabric and it works really well with my Knit Pro needles - which I hope to add to...
so my zip arrived and I worked out how to sew it in... but its my first zip... and it didn't look good.
I managed to patch it but it was bugging me, so I cut the top part of the wrap off and unpicked the zip. I will try again on another piece of fabric and then 'neatly' sew that piece to the main fabric of the wrap. I'd rather a 'straight' line of stitching across the wrap than a patched up zip...
You can close your eyes and pray that she’ll come back or you can open your eyes and see all she’s left.
Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her or you can be full of the love you have shared.
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday.
You can remember her and only that she has gone or you can cherish her memory and let it live on.
You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back or you can do what she’d want – smile, open your eyes, love, laugh and go on.
I've recently (finally) acquired some Knit Pro interchangeable needles.
These are tips (the knitting needle bit) which screw onto cables. You get different lengths of cables and also little bits that can screw onto the cables when you take your needles off to use them on other projects.
You can use them as circular needles or just simply knit back and forth for flat knitting.
I only have 3 needle tips and 2 cables (120cm) but I'd like to get more as I like the wooden needles...