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Old September 2nd 04, 03:55 AM
Gwendoline Kelly
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No, Red Rose, you certainly are not - I hope you will tell us about some of
the things you are knitting or crocheting God Bless gwen

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Old September 2nd 04, 04:07 AM
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Karen in MN wrote:
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Does anyone here knit, crochet, etc when they are feeling down in
the dumps and if so do you find it helps to lift your spirits?


Oh my yes!!! I was out all of today and into the evening again with
the never-ending fruitless job search. Tonight I am about ready to
knit a tarp for the car. With size 1 needles.


LOL Poor you, Karen. I can identify.

Katherine


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Old September 3rd 04, 07:47 PM
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I crochet all the time, anyway, so doesn't make much difference. Your mind
doesn't always have to be on your project unless you have to count stitches
or rows. And I have found, through a long lifetime, that what works for one
doesn't always work for another. God Bless and have a GREAT day!!
Hope in WA


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Old September 6th 04, 04:39 PM
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On 8/31/04 2:18 PM red rose is reported to have said the following:

Does anyone here knit, crochet, etc when they are feeling down in the dumps
and if so do you find it helps to lift your spirits?



Oh, yes-yes-yes! As others have said, it helps keep your sanity. I
*was* going to say that it probably was best to do something that is
easy and you can do well at these times, not a Pattern-from-Hell, but on
further reflection, I take that back. Sometimes working on a PFH can
kick your adrenaline into high gear and pull you right up.

Joan

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Old January 15th 13, 06:44 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.yarn
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Yes,it's very helpful to boost your skills especially when bored or wanting to show your unique talent. Cross stitching and sewing beanbags is very handy and useful in making beanbag characters or cross stitching gardens and cute things. Cross stitches can be in single stitches or in-a-row stitches. This helps with sewing clothes,as a beginner
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Old January 23rd 13, 05:40 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.yarn
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On Wednesday, September 1, 2004 12:18:35 AM UTC+3, red rose wrote:
Does anyone here knit, crochet, etc when they are feeling down in the dumps
and if so do you find it helps to lift your spirits?


I knit, crochet, sew weave Both fiberart and useful items,,, all the time, it is a part of my life,,, It is always good for my feeling[s].
mirjam

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Old May 12th 15, 02:07 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.yarn
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keskiviikko 1. syyskuuta 2004 0.18.35 UTC+3 red rose kirjoitti:
Does anyone here knit, crochet, etc when they are feeling down in the dumps
and if so do you find it helps to lift your spirits?


Hi!
At least I do.
Best: Esmeralda
 




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