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Weaving by FarmI
This is my first post to this group, so greetings from me to all here. I am a beginner weaver who owns a 30 inch 4 shaft table loom and I have managed to do a beginner's workshop but now need to launch out on my own. The workshop was excellent in some respects but because of numbers, not a lot...
November 4th 07 10:03 AM
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variety by busyknitting
I have really been thinking alot lately about free-form knitting; just starting ut with a variety of yarns and seeing where they take me! Karen in MI
November 3rd 07 04:23 PM
by bellatree[_2_] Go to last post
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OT Here we go again by Spike Driver
It feels like I just had me neck fixed but I am going under the knife at 7:30 am for the spinal stenosis I have. I finally gave in and had it scheduled. He wanted to do it 4 weeks after the fusion in my neck, I put it off as long as I could stand. I am going to Swedish American Hospital in...
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November 2nd 07 10:58 PM
by YarnWright Go to last post
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hold my hand mittens by CHEX
I saw a picture of mittens in a catalogue where the child sized mitten was attached to the adult mitten as if holding hands. Has anyone seen a pattern anywhere for these, or would you say I need to knit the two pair of mittens and then sew one large & one small together in holding hands...
November 2nd 07 05:34 AM
by Not Likely Go to last post
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review of my previous post... by Susan Carey[_2_]
I should have previewed my text as somehow some early Halloween goblins got into my text with a joke I had read and sent to a friend. The first two lines of that joke somehow became the opening lines of my epistle to my dear knitting friends. Despite that, I am so glad to see that at least one...
November 2nd 07 12:32 AM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Knitting detectives by Cece
Two mystery authors are writing series with knitters as the detectives. Maggie Sefton http://www.maggiesefton.com/ has a young woman who has been working on the East Coast but inherits her aunt's property, right next to a LYS; she is soon learning to knit herself. Three books so far. Mary Kruger...
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November 1st 07 03:32 PM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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A picture by Shillelagh
is up for THE shawl. It's blocking on the floor, but you'll get the idea. Woo hoo!!!! http://tinyurl.com/3a3b59 Shelagh
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November 1st 07 02:46 PM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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knitters save by Millie James
rcty, .... knitters save the world! http://www.chrisabraham.com/ping-knitted-tank-cozy-thumb.jpg _ _ _ _ _ Millie 9 shades of jade.
November 1st 07 04:44 AM
by Mystified One[_2_] Go to last post
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More on centerpull balls by Aaron Lewis
see http://www.tradewindknits.com/tbctrbal.html Aaron
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October 31st 07 09:40 AM
by Mary Fisher Go to last post
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Yesterday's lesson by The Other Kim
What I learned yesterday: If you're listening to pretty choral music, it doesn't hurt too much to have to unravel the sleeve you're knitting after you discover that you botched the pattern 5" earlier. Still annoying, but at least I wasn't cussing myself out. The Other...
October 30th 07 09:30 PM
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Window shoping by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
On my way in mid town i walk by some nice , not TOO pricey clothes shops ,,, Crochetr shawls , the Plainest kind are soold for 80-150 Shekel ,, abit too much ,,, and much less nicer than mine ,,,,,Knitted Sweaters all kinds from 300$ - 1525 Shekel ,,, and they are mostly hand made threads ....
October 30th 07 01:11 AM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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eBay's new Crochet Neighborhood by Debra[_2_]
http://301url.com/Crochet
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October 28th 07 06:55 PM
by YarnWright Go to last post
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So I haven't quite made a sweater yet, but... by Melinda Meahan - take out TRASH to reply
.... in the past few months, I made the baby blue jeans but lost steam when it came to sewing all the details on after a number of false starts that I had to rip out. I have done a dozen or so dishcloths in a basic pattern, bamboo stitch, a few picture-type patterns, and a few ultra-simple lace...
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October 28th 07 08:14 AM
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OT News about my sister-cousin by Not Likely
My oldest sister phoned me last night to tell me that she just heard that my sister-cousin Linda (who has terminal lung and stomach cancer) has been taken to pallative care at the hospital now as she can no longer care for herself. Apparently she has been in so much pain that she was taking...
October 28th 07 08:09 AM
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Lovers mitts pattern by Not Likely
http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/directory/mittens_gloves.php Scroll down to find two links. Enjoy! *hugs* Gemini
October 26th 07 10:32 PM
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Fires in Calif. by [email protected]
Hi Everyone, I do hope and pray that all the folks on here that live in Calif. are safe and sound and not even near the terrible fires. Hugs, Nora
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October 26th 07 10:00 PM
by Not Likely Go to last post
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I'm getting excited! by Shillelagh
Dear friends I'm on the second last row of the Peacock Feathers shawl which means I might have it finished in the next day or so. The last row will be a long one of crochet edging with a fine hook. After that, blocking it.... when it's ready, I'll have a link to pictures!!! I see the light at...
October 26th 07 07:30 PM
by YarnWright Go to last post
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Craft vendors needed in Maryland by silkypup
Liberty High School 22nd Annual Fall Craft Fair Sat Nov 17th - This is a large event with lots of traffic to show off your craft!! 22 years strong and the best local show there is. Hurry only 50 tables left. Indoors and out so rain out not a problem. Great for the crafter just getting into the...
October 25th 07 08:07 PM
by silkypup Go to last post
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Yarn envy! by Leah
Hi everyone, My good friend who's into trying new things, decided to check out a local LYS for Brown Sheep's Naturespun for a felting project, since she thought the Lion Brand Felting Wool sold at Michael's was too limited in colors, and they said they "didn't carry Brown Sheep". They then led...
October 25th 07 04:21 AM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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It's been so long I doubt anyone will remember me...but here goes... by Susan Carey[_2_]
A distinguished young woman on a flight from Switzerland turned to the priest beside her, 'Father, may I ask a favor?' 'Of course. What may I do for you?' A distinguished young woman on a flight from Switzerland turned to the priest beside her, 'Father, may I ask a favor?' 'Of course. What may I...
October 23rd 07 10:38 PM
by Olwyn Mary Go to last post
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