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(((((((( TY for that, Claire!

I had it already but cross bookmarked it to several places just now...so I can find it again? LOL!

I love my hardcover stitch books, too and for a break now and then I peek in and use paperclips to mark those that interest me.

Sometimes I don't feel like doing a WIP when a passenger and will carry along hardover and softcover books/booklets to cruise through.

TY again!

Donna Rae
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Claire said:
Knitters, take a look at this link. It has a gazillion stitches/patterns that can be used for so many different types of items.

What a find!

You probably have seen it, or it may already be on this forum, but if it is as new to you as it is to me, here it is...

http://www.knittingonthenet.com/stitches.htm
 

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Sometimes all I really need is the pattern itself, and I just found this link today, which is the answer to much of what I have been looking for as far as content of my item.

I have also bookmarked it, and then sent the link to myself via email so that I also have it in my "knitting techniques" email folder. :mrgreen:
 

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Claire said:
Knitters, take a look at this link. It has a gazillion stitches/patterns that can be used for so many different types of items.

What a find!

You probably have seen it, or it may already be on this forum, but if it is as new to you as it is to me, here it is...

http://www.knittingonthenet.com/stitches.htm
Thank You for posting this. I'm trying to learn new stitches and this is WONDERFUL. I'm going to start doing some squares and learn how to do some of these really neat patterns.

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jvmalcolm said:
Here are 2 versions of the another site with more stitches.
http://www.knittingfool.com/pages/thumbs.guest.cfm?StartRow=1&PageNum=1
http://www.knittingfool.com/pages/Alpha.guest.cfm?CFID=46810838&CFTOKEN=27826028
ooooooo! thanks! pictures really help in choosing one!! i have some yarn that i won't make anything with and i keep it my basket on some old needles, i then can try out new stitches any time without having to find yarn and cast on, might make an interesting mini scarf some day!
 
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