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Purl 1 stitch, *Knit 3 stitches together BUT DO NOT remove the 3 stitches from the left needle, YO on the right needle, knit together the 3 stitches on the left needle and slip original 3 stitches off left needle [total of 3 stitches on right needle since *], Purl 1 stitch, repeat from * to end. There is NO difference in the total stitch count.
I was raised with "You may not use the gift until you have written the 'Thank You' note." Our children were taught the same, and all eight of our grands either send handwritten notes or call to thank us and have a chat. Just as your children are taught to wash their hands before they leave the bathroom, to brush their teeth before going to bed, they should be taught to say "please" and "thank you" as a matter of course.
#2 is definitely male.
#3 appears to be doing faggoting. The spool of thread is on the arm of her chair.
Welcome to your new 'home.' You have joined a wonderful group of knitters, who will generously give encouragement and will answer all your questions.
K2P2 knitter wrote:
That should be enough to get this jackass out of office!
Check the date -- it wasn't enough to stop 45's election!
Ollie the Octopus from Lion Brand Yarn is a free pattern, knit in the round, no seams, no sewing.
Beautiful work of art. I would love to make this pillow. May I have the name / source of the pattern? TYIA.
I have an unusual first name, Baila. It's Yiddish and I'm named after my grandmother. My mother spelled it that way because "Bayla was too common."
I was named for my aunt who died ten years before I was born. My mother said 'baila' was Spanish for 'dance,' so she spelled my Yiddish name "Beila Charna" ['ch' as in cheese].
I had a neighbor who allowed her tween-aged daughters name her third: Tinkerbell O'Brien.
My son went to school with twins: Thingwan and Thingtu.
I knew an attorney named "Open." Her parents were living in a commune, and their first child 'opened' her mother's womb!
Many years ago, Readers Digest reported that a Professor of Greek History named his son Theophilus . . . because, 'He's the awful-est looking baby I've ever seen!'