It's time to share hobbies. Mine is knitting. i'm currently doing a cross stitch jumper with cross iron 3 needles (purchased from Woolies). The stitch is interwoven with a ply cross, and the wool is a mix of pure and coloured New Zeland mountain sheep. The pattern is: MEASUREMENTS: To fit bust: in30 (32:34:36:38:40) Actual measurement: in32 (34-1/2:37-1/2:40-1/2:43-1/2:46) Full length: in19 (19-1/2:20:20-1/2:21:21-1/2) Sleeve length: in4-1/2 (4-1/2 4-1/2:4-1/2:4-1/2:4-1/2) TENSION: 22 sts and 30 rows to in4 over Pattern on size 8 needles. MATERIALS: Double Knitting G100 3 (3:3:4:4:4) Knitting Needles: UK size 8 & UK size 10 Stitch Holders; 3 Buttons ABBREVIATIONS ssk: Sl2 sts knitways one at a time then insert left-hand needle into fronts of these 2 sts from the left and knit them together. PATTERN: 1st Row: K1, * k1, k2together, yfwd, k1, yfwd, ssk, k2; rep from * to end. 2nd and every alt Row: Purl. 3rd Row: K1, * k2together, yfwd, k3, yfwd, ssk, k1; rep from * to end. 5th Row: K2together, * yfwd, k5, yfwd, s1, k2together, psso; rep from * end last rep ssk. 7th Row: K1, * yfwd, ssk, k3, k2together, yfwd, k1; rep from * to end. 9th Row: K1, * k1, yfwd, ssk, k1, k2together, yfwd, k2; rep from * to end. 11th Row: K1, * k2, yfwd, s1, k2together, psso, yfwd, k3; rep from * to end. 12th Row: Purl. Rep these 12 rows. The results are excellent when applying the cross handed double method. Anyone else like to knit?