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Oct 12, 2019 22:47:01   #
There are 1-2 worsted in this link...but, most are 1 or 2 weight yarn possibles:
Oct 12, 2019 22:35:17   #
cindybartel wrote:
Hello! I am a very inexperienced knitter and a self learner but I am determined! My oldest daughter is due with my first grandchild end of March. I have started a blanket tonight, I’m at the end of the border and I’m stumped bc I feel like I’m missing something. Here are the instructions:
1st row: s1, knit to end
Repeat this row 7 times more
9th row: s1, knit to end

Ok so my question is: is it just me it should this have said “repeat this row 8 more times” why are the instructions written this way? I just don’t want to go any further until I understand this!!
Hello! I am a very inexperienced knitter and a sel... (show quote)

Ahhh...something I can answer!

You will have 8 hatch marks (8 repeats) of knitting with the row 1 instructions.

Then, starting with row 9, you will have a feather and fan combination of at least 4 rows per repeat. Carefully measure the 1-8 rows and write that measurement down. You want a certain length—> subtract what would be the two top/bottom measurements from this.

I will try to talk you through the have helped me with the posting of this pattern I want to work with.
Oct 12, 2019 22:22:25   #
Bonnie7591 wrote:
It looks great. I think tatting will soon be a lost art

Jessica-Jean commented wisely that I should not try to over extend myself getting the shuttle if I already had various tatting needles.

I have all the instructions for shuttle tatting, but like the spinning, no one to offer instructions
Oct 12, 2019 22:18:00   #
Bonnie7591 wrote:
Hugs! So hard to lose both so close together. Do you have siblings or other family nearby? I don’t think I’ve heard you mention any.

Aunt and uncle in Kansas. Last of THAT generation left of my dad’s family. This memorial/funeral will be held 10/13/2019...VERY well appropriate prior to Halloween.

Would you believe the weather is now getting comfortable???!
Oct 12, 2019 22:10:17   #
codesmomma wrote:
Hi. I’m Ann and joined this group hoping to learn from the experience of others. I downloaded a pattern to crochet Dad in law (92) a cardigan. I crochet hats and afghans but this is my first sweater. Pattern calls for Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash (100% washable wool; 220 yd [200 m]/31/2 oz [100 g]; ): #816 grey, 14 (15, 16, 17, 18) balls. Whew! I had no idea a sweater would cost so much. I understand using quality materials, as I am a quilter.. however, I don’t even know if I will be good at this or if he will wear it. Is there a non wool substitute. I don’t yet understand much about yarn types. Thanks in advance.🤦‍♀️
Hi. I’m Ann and joined this group hoping to learn ... (show quote)

I will see about potential cone yarn research for your need. First I will look at the weight of the recommended yarn.
Oct 12, 2019 22:07:05   #
If nothing else I get interesting patterns from the search too! I can handle most Aran style knitting stitches (under 15 years of knitting experience)...
Oct 12, 2019 15:48:30   #
What helps me is fascinating yarn colors and a tv show (you know, the voice that likes to chatter while you’re doing handcrafts. She’s quiet if you gift her with a movie, etc!).

Oct 12, 2019 15:44:46   #
Belle1 wrote:
Been having a bit of fun in the last couple of weeks, dabbling. I found a pattern for a quilted frog filled with poly-pellets. One of my friends is "into" frogs and is also partially color blind and can only really differentiate greens. So I decided to try my hand at making a frog for her for Christmas. So this morning I poured the pellets into the frog -- the pellets are weighted and about the size of a small piece of barley and used to create weighted blankets as well as toy stuffing. I used them here because the weight facilitates the frog's ability to maintain various positions. Then I created a compound button using some buttons from my friends recently departed adopted mother-in-law -- thought that might give it some extra meaning. I must say I spent more time on the buttons than any other part of this project and that includes piecing and quilting the fabric. Thought you might enjoy seeing this. Now I have to go hide the frog, probably in plain sight, until it is wrapped and ready for the holidays.
Been having a bit of fun in the last couple of wee... (show quote)

Put something OTHER than green so your friend cannot see it!
Oct 12, 2019 10:27:50   #
Retro slippers

English is NOT mirror’s first language
Oct 12, 2019 00:46:25   #
I still have a copy of your major cable design. Hmmm...all of this yarn and I have patterns!
Oct 11, 2019 21:48:31   #
That is why I stick to my homemade chocolate milk! My heart races but I don’t have the serious spike that coffee has.
Oct 11, 2019 17:56:38   #
Green, purple, and blue would be my choices...unfortunately my appetite for pretty exceeds my income!
Oct 11, 2019 17:06:51   #
Stablebummom wrote:
I love clam chowder! Curiously enough I planned to make tater soup for my supper!

Purr-fect! A short trip for some of the greens, bacon, and chicken stock!
Oct 11, 2019 15:37:58   #
I hope you don’t mind me sharing SOME of your birthday present with everyone...there are 3 choices (& no one has to know which of them YOU chose):

Since the weather is spiraling towards winter now...appropriate warming food!
Oct 11, 2019 14:40:33   #
WOW! I did not look at the home page of knitting paradise!

I am just offering possible options per PM.
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