Posted in Knitting
March 9, 2007

The most useful knitting website in the world

The Walker Treasury Project. From the sidebar:

Every knitter knows that Barbara Walker’s Treasuries are indispensable. We use them constantly for designing, for help with a difficult pattern, and for pure inspiration. Sometimes, though, the mostly black-and-white and small pictures keep us from seeing the full potential of a pattern. That’s where the Walker Treasury Project comes in. 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. Help your fellow knitter by choosing a pattern from a particular book, working up a nice big swatch in a light-colored yarn, and posting it to our blog. We can help you label and categorize everything. Also, keep in mind that we’re not posting the pattern, just the picture!

Although I can use and make charts for knitting, sometimes you just want to see what it really looks like to get your creative juices rumbling.

Speaking of creative juices, I have a sweater on the needles that is calling to me. Photos and pattern to come soon!

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