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Hi All,
My name is Michael or Mikee :) I am Charlotte80's grandson and I recently started and completed my 2nd project. My Grandma posted my 1st knitting project ever not too long ago. It was a dish rag. I was excited to see all of the amazing posts about it so I wanted to go ahead and post my second project. Its a Watermelon pink scarf. It was a relatively easy pattern and it took me a little bit longer to complete it than i thought, bur yesterday I finished it:) I hope that you all like it ;)
 

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I can't believe how even your stitches are for only your second project. I hope you continue to knit and try new things. Knitting is a great hobby and you end up with beautiful things. Can't wait to see what you knit next.
 

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IM NEW NEVER BLOG SO ILL NEED ALL OF YOUR HELP I NEED SOMEONE WHO DOES CRAFTS LIKE ME SINCE MY MOM DIED SHE WAS MY BEST AND ONLY FRIEND NO ONE WANTS TO BE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE SICK BUT I REALLY MISS HER SHE WOULD BUY THE YARN AND WE WOULD SEE WHO GOT DONE FIRST I BET WE MADE 100S OF AFGANS AND WE WOULD GIVE THEM TO THE POOR WHO NEEDED THEM I ONLY HAVE 1 LEFT AND IT'S THE 1 MY MOM MADE JUST FOR ME BEHIND MY BACK DON'T KNOW HOW BUT IT WAS A SURPRIZE SO NOW THAT SHE IS GONE ALL I CAN DO IS LOOK AT THE BEAUTIFULL PATTERNS IF IM DOING SOMETHING WRONG HELP ME I HAVE NEVER BLOGGED BEFOR THANKS
 

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jankay said:
IM NEW NEVER BLOG SO ILL NEED ALL OF YOUR HELP I NEED SOMEONE WHO DOES CRAFTS LIKE ME SINCE MY MOM DIED SHE WAS MY BEST AND ONLY FRIEND NO ONE WANTS TO BE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE SICK BUT I REALLY MISS HER SHE WOULD BUY THE YARN AND WE WOULD SEE WHO GOT DONE FIRST I BET WE MADE 100S OF AFGANS AND WE WOULD GIVE THEM TO THE POOR WHO NEEDED THEM I ONLY HAVE 1 LEFT AND IT'S THE 1 MY MOM MADE JUST FOR ME BEHIND MY BACK DON'T KNOW HOW BUT IT WAS A SURPRIZE SO NOW THAT SHE IS GONE ALL I CAN DO IS LOOK AT THE BEAUTIFULL PATTERNS IF IM DOING SOMETHING WRONG HELP ME I HAVE NEVER BLOGGED BEFOR THANKS
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I am sorry you lost your Mother, I lost my daughter a little more than a year ago and surviving someone you loved so much is very, very difficult in those first days and months. The pain never stops, but becomes bearable, I promise. I suggest you continue doing all the knitting and donating you can in honor and memory of her. I have found knitting my biggest solace in my loss. It helps soothe me and is productive (whereas just sitting and being lost within all the thoughts in your head is not).

You found this forum and figured out how to post, you are way ahead of your game! There are many here who will help you do specific things when you ask.

The only information I have at this time is to gently inform you that when someone uses ALL CAPS when writing on the internet it is like yelling and people are often sensitive to it. I would recommend making sure your CAPS LOCK key isn't pressed before you write.

Please share an image of the afghan she left you if you can, we'd love to see it.
 

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mikee330i said:
Hi All,
My name is Michael or Mikee :) I am Charlotte80's grandson and I recently started and completed my 2nd project. My Grandma posted my 1st knitting project ever not too long ago. It was a dish rag. I was excited to see all of the amazing posts about it so I wanted to go ahead and post my second project. Its a Watermelon pink scarf. It was a relatively easy pattern and it took me a little bit longer to complete it than i thought, bur yesterday I finished it:) I hope that you all like it ;)
Awesome Mikee! You finished your first scarf, you are now officially "a knitter". Congratulations and I love the color of your scarf and agree that your consistent tension is wonderful for a first scarf. I don't see a single dropped stitch! :thumbup:
 

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Very nice job, keep up the good work. I am teaching my grandaughter in WA to knit and I am in CA. We have been using Skype for lessons, its been great fun.
 

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Hey, Mikee! I teach basic knitting classes to college-age folks. I have 17 students and 3 are guys! You are def not alone! You did an amazingly good job on that scarf! As others have told you, you've got good, even stitches! Keep up the great work and create cool stuff!
 

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Mikee, That is a beautifully done scarf. Your stitch tension and neatness rivals even we old knitters who have been at it for many many years. Keep up the good work! Love to hear of boys knitting. My 10 year old grandson has asked me to teach him & I am thrilled!
 

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I love your scarf....I'm sure whoever will get to wear it will also : )
 
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