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Nifty Handmade Knits

Handmade Cupcake Knitting Needles with "Citrus Sunrise" yarn

Handmade Cupcake Knitting Needles with "Citrus Sunrise" yarn

Handmade Knits by Clever Crafters

The process of knitting is as popular today as it was in ancient times. The origin of this fiber art can be traced back to the 15th century where it is thought that shepherds tending their flocks were probably knitters, and traders knitted as they rode their donkeys while leading camel caravans east to India and west to Egypt.

Knitting is attributed to the Spaniards, but the Scots claim it and perhaps they came up with it independently. Knitting was man's work until the invention of the commercial knitting machine in England in 1589, then women became the hand-knitters.

Handicrafts created by knitting is the focus of this page, with examples of various knitting techniques and stitches displayed for your pleasure in beautifully handcrafted items created by clever crafters... many on Etsy!

Shetland Lace Knitting

An 'Ancient Art' still beautiful today!

Lace Knitting originated in the Shetland Islands of Scotland early in the 19th century. Mrs. Jessie Scanlon visited the island to show the islanders a collection of fine Spanish lace. Inspired by its beauty, the inhabitants developed a technique of knitting lace fabric. The yarn was woven from the wool that grows around the sheep's neck and knitted on fine steel needles. This item was called a 'Ring Shawl'.

All the patterns have colorful names and represented objects the knitters saw around them, such as horseshoe, Cat's Paw and Bird's Eye. When complete, ring shawls measure about 6 x 6 feet, but weigh only three ounces. So 'gossamer-fine', the entire shawl can be drawn through a wedding ring - hence the name "Ring" shawl.

Traditionally, Ring Shawls were made as christening robes and also make beautiful winter wedding veils.

Knitted lace can also be used for lace edging for pillow cases and in circles for a table.

Patterns for Knitting Lace...

*The basic knitting stitches are to 'knit' or to 'purl'. Patterns can be made by combining the two.

Garter Stitch

Garter Stitch in Knitting - Every row is the same stitch!

The Garter Stitch in Knitting is the simplest of all knitting patterns. It is formed by working every row in the same stitch, either all knit or all purl. If you purl every row, the result is not as smooth or even a surface as knitted rows, so garter stitch usually means "to Knit each row". The end result looks like the example shown above.

Hand Knit Baby Dress in Garter Stitch

Hand Knit Baby Dress in Garter Stitch

This Knitted Newborn Baby Dress in Pink

is Adorable in a Knitted Garter Stitch

Susanna, a fashion designer and knitter from Portugal, specializes in baby clothes like this Knitted Baby Dress in pink. She shares her lovely handknit baby clothes in her Etsy Shop Tender Blue.

Stockinette Stitch

Stockinette Stitch in Knitting - Knit one row, purl one row

Stockinette-stitch fabric is very smooth and each column (called a "wale") resembles a stacked set of "V"'s. It is created by alternately knitting one row and purling the next. The knit side is usually called the 'right' side. If the pattern uses the purl side as the right side, it is then called a 'reversed' stockinette stitch.

Because this stitch is so smooth, it's the perfect knit stitch for socks.

Hand Knit Socks in acrylic wool yarn.

Hand Knit Socks in acrylic wool yarn.

Stockinette Stitch...

Is great for hand-knit socks

The smoothness of the Stockinette stitch makes it perfect for hand knitted socks, as seen here in these socks for women.

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Joy of Joyful Handknits creates the lovely handknits for her Etsy shop from her home in Lebanon, Oregon. In addition to these lovely socks, all knitted in the round with a combination of washable wool and Acrylic blend yarns, Joy, who has been knitting all her life, now also spins much of her own yarn and uses it to create beautiful Handspun Beanies and little girl ponchos.

Beginning Sock Knitting Book

Seed or Moss Stitch

Moss Stitch Cowl

Moss Stitch Cowl

Moss Stitch in Knitting - Also known as the 'Seed' Stitch

The 'Moss' or 'Seed' stitch in knitting is created by simply alternating between the knit and purl stitches. Along each row, the knitter 'knits one stitch, purls one stitch'. On the next row, the process is done in reverse - 'purl one, knit one'. This creates the pattern that looks like little 'seeds'. This stitch is easy enough for a beginner knitter. The knitted item produced is given a nice texture, as well as an attractive appearance. The 'seed' or 'moss' stitch works well for such items as knitted scarves, hats, and mittens, as well as wraps and throws and baby blankets!

Moss Stitch Beanie

Handmade Hat in Moss Stitch

Handmade Hat in Moss Stitch

Hand-Knit Beanie Created in Moss (Seed) Knit Stitch

Hand-Knitted beanie and matching pom-pom created in moss stitch with Bamboo 80% & Wool 20% yarn.

This lovely hat is the creation of Judite of Brighton, England. Judite loves to create in bright colors. You can find this pretty hat and her other items in her Etsy Shop she calls Juream Box.

Basketweave Stitch

Basket or Basketweave Stitch in Knitting - A Variation on the Moss (or Seed) Stitch

The Basket stitch is produced by Increasing multiples of the Knit 1, Purl 1 combination that creates the Moss (or Seed) stitch. In this stitch, you knit 4, purl 4 across the row, reversing the process ((P4, K4) in the next row on an alternating basis. In the Basketweave variation, knit and purl is done in multiples of 10 (K7, P3).

Basketweave Blanket

Baby blanket handknit in Basketweave Stitch

Baby blanket handknit in Basketweave Stitch

Baby Blanket in Basketweave Stitch

This is a darling baby blanket which was handknit in the Basketweave knitting stitch by Vesna of Winston-Salem, NC. It is featured in her Etsy Shop called Baby Blankets and Etc.

Fisherman Knit

Hand knit traditional Irish fishermans sweater

Hand knit traditional Irish fishermans sweater

Fisherman Knit or Aran Knit - A Traditional Irish Knit

One of the traditional forms of knitting that is familiar to us is what is sometimes known as the 'Fisherman' Sweater, a bulky garment that has prominent cable patterns on the chest and is best known in it's cream-colored form. It is also known by the name Aran, taking it's name from the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland.

The sweaters are distinguished by their use of complex textured stitch patterns, several of which are combined in the creation of a single garment. The sweater usually features 4-6 texture patterns that move down the sweater in columns from top to bottom. Usually, the patterns are symmetrical to a center axis extending down the center of the front and back panel and usually extend down the sleeves as well. The same textured knitting is also used to make socks, hats, vests and even skirts.

Some stitch patterns have a traditional interpretation, often of religious significance. The honeycomb is a symbol of the hard-working bee. The cable, an integral part of the fisherman's daily life, is said to be a wish for safety and good luck when fishing. The diamond is a wish of success, wealth and treasure. The basket stitch represents the fisherman's basket, a hope for a plentiful catch.

*Reference used for some of this information is from the Aran Sweater article on Wikipedia.

Fisherman Knit Sweater

Fisherman Knit Aran Sweater

Fisherman Knit Aran Sweater

Lovely example of a traditional Fisherman Knit Sweater

This "Fisherman" hand knit Classic Aran Sweater is available to order through the Etsy shop of Galia, who lives in Bulgaria. Etsy is truly an International site filled with talented crafty people!.

Galia's Etsy shop Dimana features hand knitted infinity scarf necklaces, fingerless gloves, mens & womens classic scarves, custom sweater / cardigan ..., including this beautiful Fisherman Knit sweater!

Horseshoe Cable Fingerless Knit Gloves

Horseshoe Cable Fingerless Knit Gloves

Horseshoe Cable Knit Stitch

An example of one of the many variations of the Cable Stitch

The Fisherman cable stitch is not the only cable stitch in knitting. This one is called the Horseshoe Cable stitch and is used by Glenda, a talented knitter from Vancouver Island, Canada, in this lovely pair of fingerless gloves.

Check out all of Glenda's lovely knitted hats, gloves, mittens and head bands in her Etsy Shop aronsnthings.

Bobble Stitch

Bobble Stitch Afghan

Bobble Stitch Afghan

Knitted 'Bobble' Stitch - Produces a Textured Fabric

A bobble is a localized set of stitches forming a raised bump. The bumps are usually arranged in a regular geometrical pattern (like a hexagonal grid). The basic idea of a bobble is to increase into a single stitch, knit a few short rows, then decrease back to a single stitch.

They may also be arranged in a figurative pattern, for instance, to represent apples on a knitted tree.

Bobble Stitch Afghan Pattern

Bobble Stitch Afghan Pattern

Bobble Stitch Afghan Pattern

This pattern is for a lovely Bobble stitch afghan to knit in this interesting stitch. The pattern has a combination of a Bobble stitch and squares to make an attractive and warm afghan, the perfect accessory for winter.

This pattern can be found in the Etsy Shop of Pearl Shore Cat, a California based vintage pattern shop.

Knitted Toy Mouse

Knitted Toy Mouse

An Adorable Knitted Animal...

This adorable knitted toy is the cutest little knit mouse. It measures 6 inches long, 4 inches tall and 10 inches wide with embroidered eyes and nose. A soft yarn toy for the delight of children everywhere.

Knit mouse was created by Jackie of Topeka, KS and can be found in her Etsy Shop she calls Floss Flowers and Crafts.

Bluebell, a knitted doll

Bluebell, a knitted doll

Knitted Dolls are so Appealing!

This darling knitted doll is one of a variety of knitted creations in the Etsy shop of Morag of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Morag has been knitting since age 4 and now that she's a 'Granny' she likes to invent knitted toys, from characters in books to dolls in team uniforms.

Featured here is an example of one of her knitted dolls she calls 'Bluebell'. Check out all her darling dolls & toys, baby booties & hats & sweaters in her shop she calls grannyknits.

Store bought dolls look great in hand-knit clothes. Darling doll clothes found on Etsy.

Knit sweater for 18" American Girl doll.

Knit sweater for 18" American Girl doll.

And of course...

We love to find Knitted Doll Clothes!

From the popular American Girl Doll to petite Barbie and Blyth dolls, little girls love doll clothes to dress up their toy dolls. There is a wide variety of Etsy knitters who lovingly handknit these doll clothes.

One of my favorite examples is this darling knitted doll sweater set from the Etsy Shop Love2KnitDollClothes. The shop belongs to Barb from Wisconsin and is filled with hand-knit doll clothes for Barbie, Ken, Skipper and American Girl.

Newborn Knitted Dress

Newborn Knitted Dress

Handknit Dresses for Little Girls

Lovely handknit clothes aren't just for dolls -- real life little girls love to dress up in pretty handknitted dresses!

This beautiful baby girl knitted dress is perfect for your darling little girl. It can be found in the Etsy Shop of Needle and Line.

Free Knitted Elf Pattern

Tiny Knitted Elf

Tiny Knitted Elf

Tiny Elf - Free Pattern! - Created by Spud & Chloe

This knitted elf was created by Spud & Chloe. The free pattern can be found on their blog Spud & Chloe - Sweet Yarns for Real Life. Thank you to Spud & Chloe for sharing this delightful pattern. (Since I'm an 'Elf', I couldn't resist sharing this pattern). :-)

Knitting Pattern Books on Amazon

From "Amigurumi Animals"...

Amigurumi Animals

Amigurumi Animals

... to a plush toy Zebra

Hand Knit Zebra in Plush

Hand Knit Zebra in Plush

Knitters Love to Apply their Craft!

World Wide Knit In Public Day

World Wide Knit In Public Day

World Wide Knit in Public Day

Takes Place the Second Saturday of June each year. The next one will be on June 11, 2016

World Wide Knit In Public Day is the largest knitter run event in the world.

Each local event is put together by a volunteer or a group of volunteers

Keep track of upcoming events for Knit in Public Day.

Thanks for Looking Through . . .

Our Collection of Nifty Handmade Knits

Hope you enjoyed your trip through this collection of delightful hand-knit items by some of Etsy's talented knitters, showing off the various styles and pattern stitches knitters love to use. I will continue to search for more unique & outstanding knitting examples for your viewing pleasure, so come back again to see what's new.

© 2011 Wednesday-Elf

Knit One, Purl Two --- - Or just leave a crafty comment... :-)

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on July 17, 2015:

I feel the same way, Margaret, about all the outfits my talented seamstress grandmother made for me, although I never got the 'sewing bug' myself (crochet ended up being MY thing...LOL).

Margaret Schindel from Massachusetts on July 16, 2015:

What a terrific introduction to knitted handicrafts, Miss Elf! Gorgeous examples, too. My mom was a very talented knitter, too, as is my sister. I didn't get the knitting bug (jewelry making is more my thing), but I treasure the knitted garments my mother made for me.

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on July 04, 2015:

Of course you love the Mouse, my Sylvestermouse friend! :)

Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on June 15, 2015:

Just here to check out the new features! Now, you know I love that blue mouse!!! They are all beautiful.

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on October 17, 2014:

Sylvestermouse, I SO admire the work of these talented knitters.

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on October 17, 2014:

Brite-Ideas, I think the memories are the best part of handmade knits (and crochet and quilting). Knowing someone handmade you something with lots of love means so much.

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on October 17, 2014:

Thanks, BuckHawkcenter. I crochet my plush animals, but would love to try knitting one. A friend in England once sent me an adorable knitting pattern booklet filled with darling animal patterns. Am going to have to put down my crochet hook and pick up the knitting needles again and give them a try.

BuckHawkcenter on October 17, 2014:

OOO, I love that Bobble Stitch Afghan! I love knitting, but I've never tried to make animals - mostly sweaters and blankets. The little animals you featured are charming!

Barbara Tremblay Cipak from Toronto, Canada on October 17, 2014:

absolutely gorgeous work on here - my fave stitch is the bobble stitch on the blanket - looking at all your pages has me wanting to pick up my crochet needle - but I must say, if I do that my internet work will be ignored! so I'll hold off - I have so many beautiful handmade knitted and crocheted items in my home from family; grandmothers, aunts and even things I've made. They each hold a memory.

Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on October 17, 2014:

Wow! I used to love to knit, but it has been a few years since I have picked up my needles. Never the less, I was never as accomplished as the knitters you have featured here today. Beautiful work indeed!

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on May 01, 2014:

@seahorse60: Glad you enjoyed seeing all the various knitting stitches and examples seahorse60.

seahorse60 on May 01, 2014:

I'm a very basic knitter and love the lace knitting but don't think I'll ever have the skill or patience to master it! Thanks for an interesting read and some great ideas for future projects :)

Barbara Tremblay Cipak from Toronto, Canada on March 29, 2014:

All of these are wonderful - love the sweaters

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on March 29, 2014:

@marsha32: I haven't knit in many years, Marsha. I stick with crochet, but I DO admire people who can make lovely knitted handicrafts. Thanks for stopping by.

marsha32 on March 29, 2014:

Knitting is not my forte. I do have a knitted scarf in my etsy shop and plan to make more once the season is rolling around. Simple and easy, and as far as my knitting will go for listings :)

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on March 29, 2014:

@kimberlyschimmel: I bet your cabled Aran afghans are gorgeous. A special memory of hubby's grandmother. Wish I could see your afghans! :)

Kimberly Schimmel from Greensboro, NC on March 29, 2014:

I have some beautiful cabled Aran afghans made by my husband's grandmother. I prefer color work, but appreciate the effort she put into all those twists and cables.

Wednesday-Elf (author) from Savannah, Georgia on March 23, 2014:

@DeborahDian: I crochet too, Deborah, and don't knit, but I admire many of my fellow crafters who DO knit on Etsy. Thanks for stopping by. Fun to see creations by our fellow crafty people. :)

Deborah Carr from Orange County, California on March 23, 2014:

I crochet, rather than knit, but I love the items you show here!

mel-kav on October 23, 2013:

Wonderful lens. I really wish I had better luck learning how to knit. I tried it several years ago - but just couldn't get the hang of it.

WriterJanis2 on June 20, 2013:

There are so many beautiful things that can be made by knitting. I'm very impressed by all of these.

Aunt-Mollie on April 09, 2013:

I've never heard of lace knitting, but it is gorgeous! You are so talented.

acreativethinker on January 20, 2013:

Love knitting and this is a lovely lens. Thanks for sharing. Take Care :)

butternyk on January 20, 2013:

my mom had a great collection. love them all the time

kimark421 on January 06, 2013:

Nice lens and beautiful patterns. Thanks!

azamkhan760 on January 03, 2013:

nice lens

Peggy Hazelwood from Desert Southwest, U.S.A. on December 26, 2012:

The llama is so cute! I admire people who can knit!

AshleysCorner on December 25, 2012:

Wow, such a beautiful selection! WHat great gifts they would make!

Moe Wood from Eastern Ontario on December 24, 2012:

I wish I had room for all the cute amigurumi animals out there. LOL

Sheilamarie from British Columbia on December 24, 2012:

Nothing beats a handmade gift. It has something to do with all the love that's knit into it.

anonymous on December 22, 2012:

handmade part are all appreciated

Nancy Tate Hellams from Pendleton, SC on December 21, 2012:

Congratulations for being on the front page of Squidoo with this great Knitting lens

applejacking on December 20, 2012:

Tiny Elf is truly awesome. I love it so much

Rose Jones on December 19, 2012:

Really sweet - I always love handmade gifts.

anonymous on December 18, 2012:

Amazing hand work, love your lense!

lshields lm on December 13, 2012:

never learn to knit, I do love to crochet, will get around to kniting one day, great lens, inspiring me to start learning.

HairBowHanna on December 11, 2012:

Beautiful creations! I'm salivating here. Nice lens

Eleni Bat from Greece on December 10, 2012:

My granma was a master knitter. We still have her treasures ofcourse. I know the basics, so do all of my young nieces!

entetrix on December 07, 2012:

I love the knitted elf

marshagil23 on December 06, 2012:

love the socks, specially with this cold weather

Bob from Kansas City on December 03, 2012:

This is an awesome article... very well done.

maryseena on December 03, 2012:

knit one, purl two, we can learn it too. When I teach children to knit, they are so enthusiastic, they spend all their free time on knitting!

anonymous on December 02, 2012:

Thanks for the visual tour!

anonymous on November 27, 2012:

You just reminded me how much I love the moss stitch

Sue Dixon from Grasmere, Cumbria, UK on November 27, 2012:

As a knitaholic I've loved this lens! Blessed!

crstnblue on November 25, 2012:

Very nice lens! Love the knitted lama! :)

Thanks for sharing!

Laraine Sims from Lake Country, B.C. on November 25, 2012:

I just had to have a look at this. I'm in the process of opening my own Etsy Shop. I have oddles of baby knit items and I've just put the finishing touch to a baby romper set for a 6 month old boy or girl. Very unique! I love knitting! This lens just gave me another bump to get my store up and running. Thank you!

triciaerics22 on November 24, 2012:

I into crafts and the pictures are really very attractive. Especially the baby dresses, are very cute.

Jenn Dixon from PA on November 23, 2012:

As a knitter, I love this lens!

mysweetjane lm on November 22, 2012:

Love this lens! It's nice seeing all the different types of knitting styles on the one page

Gayle Dowell from Kansas on November 22, 2012:

I can knit scarves, but I admire others who can take it to the next levels and actually make sweaters, socks and such.

Gayle Dowell from Kansas on November 22, 2012:

I can knit scarves, but I admire others who can take it to the next levels and actually make sweaters, socks and such.

babynstar on November 22, 2012:

So beautiful, I love handmade knitting

victoriahaneveer on November 21, 2012:

Nice lens. I haven't knitted for ages but I should try again, I used to enjoy it!

KimGiancaterino on November 21, 2012:

This was delightful. I treasure handmade gifts and am always in awe of knitters. Thank goodness for Etsy.

pinoyrecipe on November 21, 2012:

loved this lens.. those handmade knits are really awesome

Sheilamarie from British Columbia on November 20, 2012:

Beautiful lens! Handknit items are so special.

ara-bella on November 20, 2012:

I wish I had the time to learn knitting. For now I'm in needle felting but still not enough time :)

morgaann on November 20, 2012:

nice information for us

Aquamarine18 on November 19, 2012:

Great patterns. I love knitting and spend most winter evenings on some project or other

EpicFarms on November 18, 2012:

I think my virus protection program ate my comment (it gets a little overzealous about things sometimes ;o) Not a knitter, but I am definitely a crocheting fanatic. I love the little animals - particularly that adorable little bunny - they're on my one day list to crochet. Beautiful yarn in your intro photo, by the way; I've always wanted to try the hand-spun/hand-dyed yarns, but they are WAY above my paltry pay grade *laugh*. Nice lens!

olmpal on November 17, 2012:

Thanks for the info! The knitted toys are so cute! I used to knit a lot. Now, not so much not enough time.

AllWeddingSpeeches on November 17, 2012:

love these knitting patterns.. My mum is an expert of these things.

Gloria Freeman from Alabama USA on November 17, 2012:

Love all of these oh so pretty knitted things. Thanks for sharing. Great lens blessed and added to my lens...Squid Angel flinnie.

MichaelDubrovnik on November 16, 2012:

I love knitting in Summer time!

dellgirl on November 16, 2012:

Thanks for sharing these ideas on Nifty Handmade Knits.

Clairissa from OREFIELD, PA on November 16, 2012:

Beautiful knitted things on this page. Now I want to learn how to knit. :)

dawnsnewbeginning on November 16, 2012:

Love the zebra!!!

jadapotata on November 16, 2012:

Great lens! Makes me want to start knitting ...

games_rush on November 15, 2012:

My mom just gave me a knitted scarf. It was so lovely, i remember it upon reading your lens..:)

BarbaraCasey on November 15, 2012:

I'm in awe. The only successful knitted item I ever made was a 2-color school scarf. Maybe I'll fish out my crochet hooks...

ronnievi on November 15, 2012:

Gosh, it's a long time since I heard the term, garter stitch & stockingette stitch! What is it about autumn that brings out the knitting I wonder.

Essentially Ind on November 14, 2012:

wowwwwww, lovely knitted handicrafts. Too beautiful and attracting............:)

jlshernandez on November 14, 2012:

Loved this lens. I used to be a knitting fiend. Just been inspired again. Thanks for sharing.

PamperedPen on November 14, 2012:

Isn't knitting loads of fun! Great lens on the various knitting stitches and techniques.

LilyBird on November 14, 2012:

Picking up my knitting needles now! Great lens! Thank you.

lewisgirl on November 14, 2012:

Very nice. I knit once in a while.

webmavern on November 14, 2012:

Thanks for sharing some great ideas, I'll be trying some out when I find the time!

dealnation on November 13, 2012:

Great lens!

dealnation on November 13, 2012:

Great lens!

Karli McClane from USA on November 13, 2012:

I've not yet tried to learn to knit.

anonymous on November 13, 2012:

I have always been intrested in knitting .

TopDigitalMarke on November 13, 2012:

Thanks for sharing! My mom taught be how to knit a while ago, but she just taught me the basics. One day I'll have to try this out again :)

nicey on November 13, 2012:

Fantastic! I really love to do this complex knitting. I do have the needle.When I knit into a flat shape I don't know how to turn it into a cap or purse shape.

I need someone to teach me.

Thanks for the information and keep up the good work.

anonymous on November 13, 2012:

Nice Lens

love to see this

JoshK47 on November 13, 2012:

These are super cool! Thanks for sharing - blessed by a SquidAngel!

Freestuffer LM on November 12, 2012:

Cool lens! Thanks for sharing

rattie lm on November 12, 2012:

I once knitted an Aran sweater ( a labour of love) and it was so big for me I had to give it to my brother-in-law. Needless to say I didn't ever knit another one! Did you realise that the reason for the complex patterns on Aran sweaters was so that, if the fishermen were lost at sea, they would be indentifiable by them?

Aboslutely delightful lens.

ryokomayuka from USA on November 12, 2012:

I love knitting and have been going so since I was twelve. I recently started on a project with hard stitches. Great Len

octopen on November 12, 2012:

Lovely lens, great info on knitting. Beautiful stuff you have created.

BonnieSmith on November 11, 2012:

I love knit too. I have knited a pair of strawberry baby shoes to my little sister. It's so cute.

mouse1996 lm on November 11, 2012:

I love the amigurumi. I haven't tried knit ones yet, but it's on my list of things to do.

miaponzo on November 11, 2012:

Back for a blessing here on this super snuggly knitting lens!

anne mohanraj on November 11, 2012:

Lovely lens!

Deadicated LM on November 11, 2012:

Very cool Lens; thanks for sharing.

missmary1960 on November 11, 2012:

love this lens

ohcaroline on November 11, 2012:

I wish I could knit as beautifully as you do. Very nice work.

anonymous on November 10, 2012:

Nice lens!

MariaMontgomery from Coastal Alabama, USA on October 20, 2012:

Just back again for another visit. I love to knit, too. If you have time, please check out my knitting lenses.

anonymous on October 14, 2012:

So interesting! And thank you so uch

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