WWKIP Day Tee Shirts
DH and I spent part of today trying out the transfer for the WWKIP Day Tee Shirts.
The logo was available at the WWKIP Day site so we didn't need to do any designing. The W H Smith transfers, however, proved to be a disappointment. It wasn't clear from the packet that they're the sort of transfers that are ironed on just like a patch when what we really wanted were the ones where the design is actually imprinted on to the material. We have, however, managed to source some Canon transfers which are exactly what we want. The tee shirt that's been transferred with the W H Smith transfer will do as a spare for the day for anyone who needs a tee shirt at the last minute. Don't worry, Mary Lou, the one that's been done isn't the one you gave me! It's one that I bought from QS for myself and yours will have one of the Canon transfers.
Here are the very large needles that I'll, hopefully, be using to knit an i-cord scarf with on the day.
I'm getting quite nifty with the backwards knitting now though I must admit I've been practicing on normal size needles initially!
What are others doing for WWKIP Day? If you haven't got anything planned yet, click on the "Show Your Sticks 2006" link in my sidebar for an audio clip that may or may not get you in the mood!
Update: Just realised that saying that I'll be using the gigantic needles to knit an i-cord scarf might sound a bit strange!!! An i-cord scarf would definitely be what one would call a SKINNY scarf, would it not? hehe What I really meant, just in case there's any doubt whatsoever, is that I'll be making a ball of i-cord to knit with on the gigantic needles to make a scarf. Perhaps it was obvious, anyway. "Yeah, don't call us, we'll call you", I hear you say. Okay, I'm going now . . . . .