A good joint effort I think! I did the shaping (in very gorgeous heat proof gloves) and Amy did the heating (very well too, I came away completely unscathed!). So I got yellow and turquoise, and Amy got red and green, and we were both very happy! A jolly good day it has to be said!
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
Knitting Needle Bangles!
I've been wanting to make knitting needle bangles for ages, ever since I saw them on Etsy (it's so long ago in fact, that I don't even remember who it was that was selling them to give them credit, but I am sending a bit thank-you into the universe). So today my little partner in crime, Amy, and I, set about making that very thing. It started simply enough, I had two odd (but far too lovely to dispose of) vintage plastic knitting needles, one cream and one turquoise. So we decided to bangle-ise them (that's a whole new word that we made up for the process). I went first with the turquoise, which turned out ace, but the cream one broke. So for the sake of us both having a bangle, we just HAD to go shopping! So we picked up a very skinny green pair of needles and a mis-matched yellow and red pair (and I got a gorgeous white pair, which are for actual knitting, strangely enough!) So, we set up camp in the workshop and got down to business! And here's what we came up with...