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Hi, My name is Patti and I live on Long Island. Wondering if anyone on this forum does too. I have just discovered a Knitting and Yarn store in Sayville.

I have knitted on and off for many years. I have never done any complicated knitting, but since looking over your beautiful work, I am going to have to try to do something....maybe start with a cable scarf? Any suggestions or patterns would be greatly appreciated.

I am really enjoying this forum. thanks!
 

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hi patti - i'm from E. Patchogue - i think you mean Rumplestiltskin in Sayville - my friend and i are going to Sayville for lunch when the weather breaks and we will be stopping in there . . . .
 

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Patti,

I lived on Long Island (Kings Park) for over 40 years. Presently, I am in Virginia. I think I know the Knitting Store in Sayville you mentioned. It's so much fun knitting...enjoy your projects!
 

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Hello Helent,

I am thinking about taking a class at Rumpelstiltskins. I was thinking about an intermediate knitting class.

Looking forward to more knitting.....

Maybe we can meet at the store when the weather gets warmer?

Patti
 

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Hello, I was born in Amityville....yes, THAT Amityville. A very pleasant town, despite that ridiculous untrue book and the movies made. I finished school in Bay Shore.
I have lived in Savannah, Georgia since my husband's job transfer (Grumman, now Gulfstream Aerospace) in 1968. Not as many knitters and crocheters here as up North, due to the hot humid weather in Savannah, but my needles stay very busy, for family and many charity projects, plus my Church "Sharing Sisters" group, doing Prayer Shawls and lap robes for wheelchair bound Veterans.
And, I've never gotten used to the weather here, I am just not a hot weather person!
 

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my husband and i had an apartment in Amityville for a year or so when we were first married - my brother Joe was an Early American furniture maker with a shop on Oak Street for many years - small world!!!!!!!!!!
 

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hi patti - i wish my old arthritic hands could handle more than little baby hats -
we will just be dropping in to see what she has to offer - my friend is not a knitter so i guess we won't be there too long . . . .
enjoy those needles!
 

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Hi Helent,
I lived in Medford until I retired and moved to CT to be near my daughter. I lived in Eagle Estates until 2001.
Bith kids went to P-M schools.
Small world. What's new over there?
I have best friends in Bayprot.
Keep in touch
[email protected]
Linda
 

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i was born in E. islip, though i dont know much more about it. living in maine now. the fire department is dedacated to my grandpa erwin poetzsch and i still have many schmucker realatives in the area! think it would be awsome to see it all!
 

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helent said:
hi patti - i wish my old arthritic hands could handle more than little baby hats -
we will just be dropping in to see what she has to offer - my friend is not a knitter so i guess we won't be there too long . . . .
enjoy those needles!
you should learn to knitt contanental style its much better on the hands(german style) holding the yarn in the left hand
 
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