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McCall's Needlework & Crafts pattern Fall/Winter 65-66 by Susan Stonehill
Hi Everyone, My sister was looking over a patter from the McCalls Needlework & Crafts magazine from the Fall/Winter 1965-66 issue. It's for an aran Isles sweater for a child. The picture is on P.49 and the Directions start on page 98. She has those, but for some reason her issue is missing Page...
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March 27th 09 08:01 PM
by Susan4255 Go to last post
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Red Heart Super Saver by Ana
Hi Everybody! Where Can I Find Affordable Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Black And Frosty Green? If Anyone Can Help Me, I'd Really Appreciate It. Thanks
March 22nd 09 03:56 PM
by suzee[_2_] Go to last post
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any one working on a project by Katherine
On Mar 13, 9:35*pm, Spike Driver wrote: I am finally caught up. *Finished the three blankets for my new great nephew. I am going to work on some two color knitting. *That is about the only thing I have not did very much of. *I did a sweater for my sister. *She ...
March 21st 09 06:05 PM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Knitting Machine by harrowwoman
Hi All, I am new here. Been a knitter for years, mostly for the children when they were smaller. I got my one and only knitting machine in 1983- thats long gone. The grankids are now around so I want to start off and knit again. I am looking for a second hand machine. Perhaps someone has one...
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March 16th 09 08:21 PM
by michcheasty Go to last post
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Continental Style knitting by L
I KNOW 'continental style' knitting (where the yarn is held in the left hand, as in crochet) is faster than 'American style' (where you hold the yarn in your right hand and 'throw' it over the needle). I've seen the video's. But, oh, the learning! With a niece and a nephew each expecting an...
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March 6th 09 02:29 PM
by Pirjo Ilvesvuori Go to last post
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DUMPS, CC, CVV ICQ 374624917 by best
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project report. by Spike Driver
I have been baking caps and scarves for the Mission in Rockford, Illinois. I should take Noreen's advice and keep a journal of what I make. I made many. I made 6 prayer shawls for the anniversary of the shooting at Northern Illinois University last year at Valentine's day. I enjoyed making...
March 5th 09 03:08 AM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Socks by Juno B
Hi all, I'm back to tell you that my friend came over on Monday and got me started on 4 needle socks. She had taken me shopping for new yarn and larger needles first. Once she showed me how to get going, everything fell into place.She said she thought the woman in the yarn shop steered me wrong...
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March 5th 09 03:07 AM
by Katherine Go to last post
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OT - Fletcher Saga 03 March 2009 by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
http://claremont.islandblogging.co.uk/2009/03/03 -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
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Felting wool - with jarn by Anna
Is anybody into Felting ?
March 1st 09 03:28 AM
by Katherine Go to last post
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It is a GREAT day today! by Samatha Hill -- take out TRASH to reply[_2_]
Tony the Tiger gr-r-r-r-r-r-reat, even. *beaming* It's always a great day, don't you think, when you find out that the optometrist who told you two years ago that you had two separate ophthalmologic conditions, either of which would cause you to go blind, was dead wrong? WHOOHOO!!!!!!!! (I...
March 1st 09 03:21 AM
by Katherine Go to last post
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Hello everyone :) by Anna
I just joined this group, sinse I am a big fan of textiles :)
February 24th 09 12:37 AM
by Spike Driver Go to last post
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Sock Yarn Sale by Spike Driver
http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog.jsp?CATID=cat2948&PRODID=xprd687579 The yarn above is the last sock yarn I used. I worked up great! It wears well and is washable. Let me know if you like it. At $4.00 a skein we can afford to make socks again. Dennis
February 23rd 09 05:11 AM
by Spike Driver Go to last post
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Looking for help with crochet pattern by Linda Lee
This was posted in my 'webtv only' craft group and no one has been able to help. The person is crocheting a house slipper using the dmensions of her closed fist to make the pattern. Does anyone know how it is done? Any help is greatly appreciated and I will be sure to tell her where it came from....
February 22nd 09 06:28 PM
by Linda Lee Go to last post
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UK National Health Service seeks woolly breast knitters (not OT!) by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
The breasts are a cheaper alternative to latex models and are used for teaching expectant mothers http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_yorkshire/7844193.stm?lss -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK http://claremont.island-blogging.co.uk
February 19th 09 06:06 AM
by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply) Go to last post
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crochet question by bjbear
hello all! i'm wanting to crochet a purse, but only in one piece. i'm making a flat panel, 6 or so inches, and then increasing on both sides to make the sides, then decreasing again to make the other side-6 inches as well. my problem is this-one of the increased sides is going to have an extra...
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craft show -exiting:) by Anna
I djust got this message in the mail...sometimes I get a lot of ideas browsing and see what others are doing, gives me a lot of insperation :) If I lived in the UK ,I would deffenatly tend to this fair :) http://live.craftscouncil.pluto.de-serve.com/origin/
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Kitty cat hats by Linda D.
Hi everyone, I just wondered if anyone knows of a site that has a free Kitty Cat Hat pattern for a child? It was a style of hat very popular for little girls back in the 50's and 60's, and seems to have resurfaced again. I've done a search and only come up with with variations on the hat like...
February 15th 09 07:22 AM
by Shirley Shone Go to last post
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Textile event at Kew Gardens (UK), 7 March 2009 by Mark[_2_]
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is hosting an open day on Saturday 7 March 2009, to showcase current research and practice in ethnobotany. There will be about 20 displays such as topics including wild foods and medicines and basket-making, but of greatest relevance to readers of this list, we are...
February 14th 09 07:30 PM
by Mark[_2_] Go to last post
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cat toys, etc. by Mary
Has anybody priced cat toys and accessories recently? I'm giving a home to a lovely cat very soon, and went shopping for some basics, and was stunned at how expensive the wee little yarn toys are these days! So I came home, got out a sack of miscellaneous balls of leftover yarns, and made several....
February 13th 09 08:16 PM
by Carey N. Go to last post
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