Archive for February, 2009
Bacon Strip and Porterhouse are in New York City today. And do you know why? Because they have tickets to Conan O’Brien’s LAST Late Night show. So, suck it.
Here’s your Meat Free Friday video:
What’s that lil’ trucker? You can’t BBQ at night due to low visibility? BAM. Not an excuse anymore.
“It isn’t the first BBQ light out there, but it is the only one that can attach magnetically to your spatula so you can catch all of the action close up. It even has a bendable neck for added versatility. If you think about it, this sort of device could come in handy in all sorts of situations outside of the grill. Not bad for only $14.95″
- 800 yards (give or take) of worsted weight yarn
- US size 8, 9 or 10 circular needle (40″)
- BO – bind off
- CO – cast on
- K – knit
- KF&B – knit in front and back of stitch
- P – purl
- PF&B – purl in front and back of stitch
- PM – place marker
- st/sts – stitch/stitches
Shawl is worked from top down.
CO 8 sts.
R 1 – K 2, PM, K 2, PM, K 2, PM, K 2.
R 2 – PF&B of every st.
R 3 – K
R 4 – P
R 5 – KF&B first and last sts and before and after each marker. (two increases made per “section”).
R 6 – P
R 7 – K
R 8 – P
Repeat rows 5 – 8 until desired length is achieved. (I usually work until I have at least 320 stitches on the needles.)