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Been gone for several days. by Spike Driver
Still working on afghans for the homeless. If I have missed any special days love and blessings to you all. I was reminded that "Grandpa, you mean you don't have my pink socks finished yet". Can a 4 year old Grand Daughter really know how to play her Grandpa already? :) I had to go out of...
April 27th 07 03:28 AM
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Posting problems by Vintage Purls
Just a note to Wendy and anyone else who is suffering problems using Google Groups to post here. There is indeed a recognised problem - Google say they are working on it but haven't given any estimate of time to sort the problem. (See:...
April 27th 07 12:19 AM
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Thinking about using horse tail hair to make a belt. Have you done this before? by Bricore
I brushed out all my horses hairs and I saved it. I am thinking about making my daughter a little belt out of it. Adding some beeds and all. Has anyone here ever done this on here before? I was just wondering. Love to have any tips that might help make it easier to do. Well I gotta go. Thanks,
April 26th 07 06:31 PM
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Requesting... by Not Likely
Prayers, good thoughts and vibes... anything that could help in anyway... for my cousin Linda. After going through chemo/radiation for a few months to try to get rid of the cancer that they never did figure out where the source was coming from... she just found out that the cancer is back. ...
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April 26th 07 06:04 PM
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test post by myswendy[_2_]
I have tried posting 2 messages in the past couple of days and neither one posted. Wendy
April 26th 07 02:18 PM
by myswendy[_2_] Go to last post
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OT about yarn but about soap making. by Bricore
Hello! I hope it's ok to post this. I made some soap today and put pictures inside of it. This isn't anything new and you all might have already seen this stuff before. It was new to me tho and I loved doing it. I wanted to make my mom something she didn't already have and something that would...
April 25th 07 11:24 PM
by Bricore Go to last post
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Just out of curiosity by Shillelagh
How would you expert knitters interpret the following instructions: *K3, K3tbl, K3 tog, K2, repeat from * to end. Thanks Shelagh
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April 25th 07 07:59 PM
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test post by myswendy[_2_]
testing. None of my recent posts have posted.
April 25th 07 04:32 AM
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test post by myswendy[_2_]
I have tried posting 2 messages in the past couple of days and neither one posted. Wendy
April 25th 07 04:32 AM
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Question re Blocking Lace by Laura J
So I have finished knitting my Branching Out scarf. I read the Yarn Harlot's directions for blocking lace he http://www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/archives/2005/08/23/walk_around_the_block.html I would like to use the method of threading a piece of "smooth yarn" through the stitches along the...
April 24th 07 02:46 PM
by Laura J Go to last post
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Another moebius finished. by Bernadette
It took a little more time than the first one I made as the stitch was more complicated. The first one had an 8 row pattern where every even numbered row was purled and only odd numbered rows were patterned. This one was only over 6 rows but every row was patterned and took total concentration. I...
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April 24th 07 10:41 AM
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Cleckheaton Yarn updatG by DAB
Every year our Knitting Guild has a retreat and part of the fun is local yarn shops bring their stuff to sell so instead of driving all over the place they are in one easy to get to location....about 5 miles from meG one lady that runs a shop out of her garage had several skeins of...
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April 24th 07 04:15 AM
by DAB Go to last post
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Too much knitting going on here, and not enough spinning, so tell me by No Name
You know what I want, because you have seen it in your dreams too! A fast, inexpensive spinning system. I want to spin long staple, high luster yarns into firmly spun, multi-ply, light worsted weight yarns (~1,000 yd/lb) Questions
April 24th 07 02:18 AM
by fiberlicious Go to last post
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Baby Raglan Sweater Question by hesira
I am making a raglan cardigan sized 3 months old from a vintage pattern. I translated the pattern from fingering weight yarn to light sportweight yarn to use up some stash, and am using a striped pattern. In order for the stripes on the sleeves to match the stripes on the body, I need to either...
April 23rd 07 03:32 PM
by Laura J Go to last post
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lace pattern help? by barbee
hello, I am hoping someone here can help me to interpret this pattern instruction. it is from Rowan Magazine Knitting & Crocheting, Book #29, spring nd summer 2006, the pattern is Carolina on page 17. There are eight rows repeated in sleeves pattern, and in every other row in the pattern, you do...
April 23rd 07 12:18 PM
by Bernadette Go to last post
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I am NOT going to Michaels craft store anymore.... by Not Likely
While Matthew was in one of his cabinetmaking classes last night, I swung around to Michaels to look for *one* pattern book (the "Love Me Tender Baby Afghans" that I saw on line and thought was so sweet). I ended up coming out with.... FOUR pattern books! Bad Gemini... bad, bad bad!!! ...
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April 22nd 07 10:28 PM
by Shillelagh Go to last post
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I finally get it! by Laura J
I tried my first lace project several months after I began knitting a couple of years ago. I didn't enjoy it. Maybe it was the yarn (50/50 acrylic/mohair), maybe the pattern, maybe because I didn't really know what I was doing (are those ssk stitches slipped purl- or knit-wise?). It made me...
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April 22nd 07 06:36 AM
by suzee Go to last post
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Luxury Yarn Undyed by bellatree[_2_]
Peruvian Pima Cotton Patagonian Wool ......Outstanding Product...Equally Outstanding Price www.bellatree.etsy.com www.bellatree.blogger.com www.bellatree.ecrater.com
April 21st 07 07:02 PM
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How to kill a gansy by No Name
Dye it! Who would have thunk, that dying a garment could be that much harder than dying skeins of yarn? Aaron
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April 21st 07 10:23 AM
by Aud Go to last post
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I updated my blog with videos on how to do some things (nothing fancy.) by Bricore
Hello everyone, I haven't been on here a lot lately because I have been busy. I wanted to stop by and let you all know that I did update my blog with some new stuff. I put how I make a ponytail holder/scrunchie mini video on my blog and some other things like that. I do not get paid to make...
April 20th 07 04:29 PM
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