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Summer SLUMP on rcty by YarnWright
Anybody else besides ME, Dennis and BB noitice that it's slumpier than usual? Summer slumps, YES, we've had them in years past, but THIS year is ridiculous! JM2C Noreen -- I am not young enough to know everything. http://www.lulu.com/content/292418 - - - - -
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August 6th 06 06:29 PM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Return of the Prodigal. by Heather Fulbright
Howdy fellow crocheters/knitters. I was a member of this forum a couple years ago (I lost my interenet connection in 2004 sometime). I have been away for quite awhile, but am getting back into the swing of things. I currently have a baby afghan in the works with some crocheted snoods in the...
August 6th 06 06:25 PM
by Katherine Go to last post
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super saver burgundy fleck needed, Please. by SpikeDriver
Friends, I need to purchase 6 skeins Super Saver BURGUNDY FLECK 4376. I need 42 ounces. Please! Hugs & God bless, Dennis & Gail
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August 6th 06 06:19 PM
by The Other Kim Go to last post
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New Book for moi by [email protected]
Went to the bookstore the other day, looking for the new book form Yarn Harlot and endied up treating my self to Knitting Vantage Socks by Nancy Bush....lol. Anyone else out there have this? What a fun book, has oodles of *updated* patterns for vantage socks, as well as a chapter on history of...
August 6th 06 04:36 PM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Haifa Again City Under Siege, Boston Herald, August 4, 2006 by Joan in CT
To All RCTY members. This is where our Mirjam lives, let's keep her in our prayers. Joan A dotted line of destruction: Haifa again city under siege By Rachelle G. Cohen Friday, August 4, 2006 - Updated: 01:34 AM EST HAIFA, Israel - On this day they were just red dots on a map - 36 of
August 6th 06 02:27 PM
by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen Go to last post
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Knitting blogs by Eastern Edge
Does anyone else here read any knitting blogs? I haven't found any crochet blogs I like, yet. My bookmarked blogs are Noreen's, Grumperina, Eunny, Two Pointy Sticks and You Knit What. The last post to KNW says that they've ended their fug journey...I know I'll miss it! Anyone got anymore great...
August 6th 06 01:47 PM
by Eastern Edge Go to last post
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Vogue Shawls on the go errata. by dawn
I cannot find the number of skeins used for the Self Striping Shawl pattern on page 26. I have looked on the net and still could not find it. Please help. Dawn0
August 5th 06 05:32 PM
by dawn Go to last post
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This is a first by The Other Kim
I somehow managed to break a bamboo needle. Not a little 2-mm sock needle, of which I've broken many in bamboo and wood (I keep extra sets to replace the broken ones as I go along), but a 3.75-mm. I was making a dishcloth when I felt it give way about 2" from the tip. Guess I don't know my...
August 5th 06 04:35 AM
by The Other Kim Go to last post
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June 6x6 Received by Kira Dirlik
Hurrah. An apparent jinx upon me has been broken by the arrival of 3 beautiful squares from Judy. A multicolor, interesting Mondrian kind of stitch of unusual yarn, a pretty mottled grey with an NC pink yarn swatch, and a dark blue with yellow and white flowers. Thanks, Judy. Kira
August 5th 06 03:21 AM
by Kira Dirlik Go to last post
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Pix of ALKA Faroese UP by YarnWright
Due to my domain(s) transfer, didn't want to chance them at my own gallery, so they're UP @ my blog: http://noreensknitche.weblogs.us Noreen -- I am not young enough to know everything. http://www.lulu.com/content/292418 - - - - - ---
August 4th 06 11:44 PM
by busymum Go to last post
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hedebo stick by ali
August 4th 06 08:01 PM
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available knitting sheath on eBay by
I put a knitting sheath with 2 sets of steel DPN on eBay. Aaron
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August 3rd 06 01:02 PM
by B Vaughan Go to last post
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Daylight S.E.X.! by Wooly
Made the mistake of visiting the "new" Hobby Lobby, which is just the old ghetto Hobby Lobby relocated further up the strip mall into a space vacated earlier this year by Mervyn's. Yesterday was the first day the "new" store was open for business after a four-day down window to move stock,...
August 2nd 06 06:29 AM
by SpikeDriver Go to last post
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shocking by Millie James
rcty, it's shocking ! I knit small for the first time -- ever ... I used a certain _soft_ acrylic yarn to knit up a halter top, and the finished garment looked like it could fit a nine-year-old girl?. Most times, I knit really BIG, and give sweaters to bigger people ... _ _ _ _ _ ...
August 2nd 06 06:19 AM
by Millie James Go to last post
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Prayer Shawls by Linda [email protected]
Hello all... I bought some LionBrand Homespun to make a Prayer Shawl. When I looked at the pattern on the LionBrand site, it says to use a 6 mm needle, but the pattern on the Prayer Shawl minisry site says an 8 or 9 mm needle. What do most of you use? I thought the 8 or 9's would be kind of...
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August 2nd 06 03:05 AM
by suzee Go to last post
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Knitting in the dark! by Mystified One
Too cool! We could use these in the daylight, too! http://www.kpixie.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=2828&osCsid=f218ae5ffbc5f195623d860140534ab9 http://laknitterieparisienne.com/Knit_Lite.html and for crochet: http://www.dreamweaveryarns.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=23_207
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August 1st 06 10:40 PM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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JUly FO's by YarnWright
Didn't get much done: 1 pair socks Alka Faroese Shawl. Noreen surprised at herself. dissappointed in herself. -- I am not young enough to know everything. http://www.lulu.com/content/292418 - - - - - ---
August 1st 06 06:12 PM
by YarnWright Go to last post
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July FO's by Shillelagh
I don't have any (grin), but would like to start the ball rolling! I do have some WIP's and here they a - Peacock Feathers Shawl in Interlacements cotton "Floss". Coming along very well. - The neverending shawl in chenille. Will work on it when Peacock Feathers is done. - Purple velour...
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August 1st 06 07:52 AM
by Shillelagh Go to last post
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Will Need To Mend Wool Sweater by [email protected]
I just bought a wool sweater that has a cut in it. Here's a picture of the cut: http://i21.ebayimg.com/03/i/06/98/fb/e0_1.JPG I figured it would be easy to mend with thread but after reading a little about wool, I wondered if regular thread would work, & wondered if mending using yarn like...
August 1st 06 04:53 AM
by Richard Eney Go to last post
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Darlene (Craftkitten) by Shillelagh
I saw this and am sure you already know about it, but here it is anyway. It's the flyer (PDF) for the big tent sale in Listowel; http://www.bernat.com/newsletters/aug2006/tent2006flyer.pdf I wish I lived close enough to go. (sigh) Shelagh
August 1st 06 03:26 AM
by Eastern Edge Go to last post
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