Thank you for letting me know about the yarn, now I know what to look in my stash for!
Sorry you had no takers, my son is in Socorro, but he doesn't knit.
Libraries in the US certainly are different! I don't remember voting to put play centers in our libraries, but they have areas with wooden train engines that the children can climb in and play on. Sort of an indoor playground - hard to browse books with that noise.
She looks very happy with her new wardrobe and I her color choices are wonderful.
Your slippers are awesome. Isn't it great that we are multilingual in "knitting"!
I'm sorry I can't remember if you mentioned what yarn you were using in your first post. I agree it is working up beautifully.
I printed out those shapes just the other day, but haven't decided which to tackle first. Let me know how you do with yours.
Your variegated yarn is lovely.
As a newbie, I think it is a wonderful suggestion. I have read and enjoyed many of the posts and often wondered how all the "veterans" have the patience to deal with "similar" questions over and over again. I don't think newbies would be insulted with a general suggestion to selected "easy" patterns. No one is more qualified to compile such a list than the wonderful kpers on this site. You, as a group, have probably knitted all of the easy (and difficult) patterns out there.
Give it a chance and see what your feedback is.
I know I am logging into this late, but you all suggest such wonderful repurposes for things. I think I will get out my old wooden salad bowl and use that beside the chair in the living room! It may be too shallow, but will try anyway. Don't have a tea pot to use, but have the cracked pitcher my great grandmother used to keep buttermilk in on her kitchen counter (at least according to my father) so maybe that will work for the smaller balls of yarn I have. Didn't want to toss it, but couldn't think of what to do with it - thanks for helping with that.