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Sep 21, 2018 22:19:24   #

There is a video that is pretty good, too.

Chuck's Favorite Mac and Cheese

I was looking at posted pictures and saw yours but there was no caption so I clicked on it and saw the mac/cheese info. I thought you snapped the picture because of the EYE looking at you. ha ha ha
Sep 21, 2018 22:09:20   #
Annu wrote:
This is a top down I made a few years ago .Now my grand daughter wants it in another color.It's a free pattern I've searched everywhere but can't find it.Recently someone posted it but it's not in the newest pictures.Any help in finding it would be greatly appreciated.
Lov Annu
PS I've searched everywhere that I've "CAREFULLY "saved it too.

Please, what is a "top down"?
Sep 21, 2018 21:51:30   #
Does anyone know why, what, and who is Mobile Directs? It as been at the top of this page since sometime in Feb. I thought that all the other messages, to this page, would have moved the message lower. Also, doesn't everyone have to have a name to leave a comment? OH, what is the title of the owner of PK? or does a group own this site? Thanks for any help for my questions.

Sep 8, 2018 20:17:37   #
Yesterday, Sept 7 My mother would have been 99 years old. She passed on 3-12-17, at 97 1/2 and 5 days. of age. She died of old age, on a Sunday (born on a Sunday) time of passing was 3:12pm. She had all of her teeth, no high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol. She had a hard time walking and used a walker with hand breaks. She was beginning to forget but she was funny when she said things. My brother, went to her grave, placed flowers, took pictures and sent them to our sister and me. For about the last 12 years, our sister lived with Mother and when she passed, Sis. said when she finally got to leave the house for more than 30 min., she said she didn't know what to do but to hurry back home. It took her almost 1 year to tell herself that she didn't have to hurry home any more. I can sympathize with you. The only advise I give people is to not do anything Major; get rid of your spouse's clothes, re do the interior of your home, do not move. If you are alone, you maybe can rescue a dog or cat from the local pound? How about knitting or crocheting for a Charity? Good luck to you in your future endeavors.
Sep 8, 2018 19:30:24   #
You could look it up on the U.S.P.S. website, go in to a P.O. OR, call them. Get the info on paper from them or a place they recommend, OR, if there are any former or current Post Office Workers, if they are regulars on this site, maybe they will send you information They have cardboard boxes, the size of VHS tapes that have a set price. Check all ways to mail UPS? fed ex? Good Luck.
Sep 1, 2018 23:14:14   #
cindyclark wrote:
Hi, I purchased a crochet pattern/kit from Willow Yarns. It is a beautiful infinity scarf in grey with white crocheted daisies on one side. The pattern is called Floral Lace Infinity Scarf. The problem I am having is that nowhere does it tell me how many stitches to chain on to begin with. Has anyone made this scarf? Can anyone tell me how many stitches I should chain on to begin the project? I tried to call the company today, but of course it is a holiday weekend, and customer service will not be in until Tuesday. The yarn and pattern are beautiful and I sure would like to get started. Thanks for the help. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend with some knitting or crocheting included!
Hi, I purchased a crochet pattern/kit from Willow... (show quote)

2 places for # of cast on stitches. #1 Really check every word on every line before row 1. #2 It should tell you or give a gauge up closer to the beginning of supplies. Please let me know how you find out. Thanks.
Sep 1, 2018 22:31:27   #
jcl wrote:
i dont get the puzzle one.....?

I think she was unable to move the 6-8 pieces that were all together so she did it her way.
Aug 24, 2018 14:41:31   #
crochetknit Deb wrote:
The talk of so many perfume scented ads kinda makes me glad I've lost my sense of smell.

WD and FC never have perfumed adds or inserts. Vogue, Oprah, Vanity Fair, those have them. My mother would put them in her lingerie drawer to make it smell nice.
Aug 24, 2018 14:36:15   #
I remember when they first came on to the magazine racks. 10 cents and 15 cents each. Believe it or not, I subscribe to them today at discounted rates about 33 cents per issue. To me, at that time, years ago, I felt grown up when I stood in line with older women buying their copies.
Aug 24, 2018 14:15:44   #
The 1st blanket, with the ripples, looks so professional and neat. Do you block all of your blankets? How do you do it? I never have. When I give them as gifts, I buy a small stuffed animal or picture frame and wrap it in the blanket. The note I put in, with the gift states "this is the gift and I hope you like the wrapping paper, also" It gets laughs at the showers. BUT, if I want to give just the blanket, it should be blocked, right? How do YOU do it?
Aug 22, 2018 14:45:51   #
mea wrote:
I know I’ve got some personality type disorder when it comes to yarn. I have no stash...just leftovers from other projects...a bin of lights and a bin of darks and colors. I usually buy more than I need but I never buy yarn “just because”. The thought of using old yarn that’s been in a bag for years is not appealing to me at all. Part of the thrill of knitting for me is choosing the perfect new yarn for each project. I feel kind of guilty admitting this, but I think it’s the only way I can justify the price and it’s become a habit over the years.
I know I’ve got some personality type disorder whe... (show quote)

I was on u-tube looking for info on Russian Joining (how to join the ends of 2 strands of yarn same or diff. colors) and there was a video of different things you can do with all the balls of yarn you have. I have started a hat, blanket for a dog, and a scarf. Yes, I have another 3 projects going = 6
Aug 22, 2018 14:30:41   #
mambrose3 wrote:
This is a non knitting talk section. Why did you read it if you want only knitting conversations?

#1 I did not read it; just scanned it to see what it was.
#2 I did not know there is a non-knitting section.
#3 This was the first thing I saw, when I went on line and when I clicked on my daily reminder that was sent to my e-mail.
#4 Thanks for telling me and others about the non knitting talk section. Where is it and how do you tell the difference?
Aug 22, 2018 02:27:24   #
mambrose3 wrote:
For your information on prior and current events - Do not forget to read the very end of this article.

Aug 18, 2018 15:01:51   #
snowmannut wrote:
I absolutely agree with the privacy needed

The media does not help. They ask (Dumb) questions and then say " the public "needs" or "wants" or "has the right to know". Balderdash! I think when the Media do not get the reaction they want, they print a lie or equivalent and then get a reaction. BOO and HISS at the media.
Aug 18, 2018 13:29:56   #
when you get home from a day like you had, take a nap. Just lay down in your clothes do not eat anything. Just nap and you will wake when you are hungry and you will be in a great mood. Eat desert for dinner and you will be happy (ier)?
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