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Nov 5, 2015 06:38:14   #
Dsynr wrote:
I find fringes are so pretty in the beginning; but after a while they get ratty-looking and snag everything. I avoid them.

BTW, it's not too late to do a different finishing to your very lovely shawl if you want.

Good thinking. I'll save the leftover yarn in case the finges do get ratty. Then I can pull them out and crochet an edging.
Nov 5, 2015 06:36:51   #

Thanks. I didn't think there was an "s" in there. The "s" means it's a secure site.
Nov 2, 2015 06:43:17   #
Here's one I think I'll actually wear. Pattern is KNOTTTED LACE TRIANGULAR SHAWL.
It was easy to make. The fringes were a pain. Next one I'll crochet a scalloped edge instead.

Oct 31, 2015 07:18:06   #
My kids, grandkids and friends have seen this on Facebook and have all been asking for it. I found a free crochet pattern using 3 different colors so I'm going to give it a try. Stay tuned.
Oct 30, 2015 08:25:25   #
My dog never touches anything but yesterday I put some new yarn on my chair. When I came in the room he was carrying it. It was still in ok condition so I just took it away. He followed it and kept sniffing around the bag that I put it in. He checked a few times but so far has thankfully ignored it.
Oct 29, 2015 08:19:30   #
I've made a bunch of squares. I work it in between projects. It's a great way to use up scraps of yarn. Eventually I'll start putting them together.
Oct 25, 2015 09:21:42   #
We took a trip to Oregon to visit the kids and my almost 2 year old GGD. I needed something to make while flying. Here's the outcome...a feather and fan hat with matching scarf. Used leftover yarn and kind of made up the pattern as I went along.

Oct 25, 2015 08:56:51   #
I've made a bunch of headbands for my ggd. Mostly improvised and found flower patterns on-line. There are many patters out there.
Oct 20, 2015 09:31:20   #
I had to bring in my birth certificate in addition to passport and previous license when I moved to NC. I don't have a middle name, just an initial and they couldn't believe it. So I had to go home and bring in other documents. The gov said they are improving the NC DMV. I'll beleive it when I see it.
Oct 20, 2015 09:27:37   #
No problem here. Printers worked fine too. Can't say I like it or not. It is what it is.
Oct 18, 2015 10:38:32   #
fergablu2 wrote:
I bunch them by size using a pony tail elastic and keep them in a zippered make-up bag. As to warping, only my mother has managed to do that with her death grip on the needles while knitting.

That's how I store mine...pony tail elastic from the dollar store and then in a $1 Walmart pencil box. Bamboo should not warp. So any storage should work.
Oct 18, 2015 10:31:06   #
Since we moved South,no longer can attend Hudson Valley events like this one. It's a winner.
Oct 15, 2015 06:29:49   #
TSA rules say scissors less than 4" are allowed as are knitting needles. I'm traveling domestically tomorrow and will be bringing my knitting as well as a small pair of scissors. I've never had any problems when traveling. Leaving Israel once they took a nail file and Aeroflaut (Russian airlines) specifically prohibit knitting needles.
Oct 12, 2015 06:56:56   #
I'd go for the 4 wheel drive especially in upstate NY (from a former resident). I'm a fan of the Japanese cars. My Honda CRV had 200k miles on it and never spent a penny in repairs other than regular maintenance. The Subaru I have now is good but has had some issues over the years. But still a good car. So...if it's between Buick and Toyota I say Toyota.
Oct 12, 2015 06:28:40   #
The one I'm making now says work till it measures 30". I'll see if it's a good size when I get there.
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