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Jan 13, 2015 06:40:56   #
My daughter asked for a blanket for a co-worker who was expecting a baby girl. She likes pink stuff so I got to work.

Jan 12, 2015 06:35:14   #
Another option is when watching TV, take a walk around during commercials. I keep saying I'm going to do it but always manager to "forget". Reminder to it.
Dec 23, 2014 06:40:38   #
I always used button thread. Mostly white. As long as they are all done the same it's not a problem that it's not the right color.
Dec 14, 2014 06:49:36   #
There were several discussions on this topic in the past. You might want to do a search on KP. Joann's sells something like a liner that can be used. There is also a spray or brush paint that is available in hardware stores (the name escapes me now).
Nov 30, 2014 07:10:57   #

A friend asked me to help her make these. I knit more than crochet but I'm going to give it a try.
Nov 27, 2014 06:53:02   #

I made this one for my GD. She felt it was too long & floppy. So I asked her to send it back to me (she lives on the other side of the country) and I'll rip out the last inch or so and re-do the be advised.
Nov 14, 2014 07:13:22   #
jvallas wrote:
As if there aren't enough recipes to find on the internet &#10071;&#65039;, I've got our family's traditional recipes compiled and stored on if you'd like it:

Thanks for sharing. I find it interesting that the first recipe is for challah...certainly not a Christmas cookie but nice to have anyway. Makes great French Toast.
Nov 14, 2014 06:59:33   #
Yours is nicer than mine. But your further North. :lol:

Nov 14, 2014 06:58:02   #
Yours is nicer than mine. But your further North. :lol:

Nov 9, 2014 06:24:36   #
watsie wrote:
Ok I did some looking on UTube and found this. It is Eastern Continental stitch.
I like how she shows clearly how to do the stitches.

This is exactly how I know. My mother is European born and she taught me. I've never done it any other way. Now I know that I knit "Eastern Continental"
Nov 7, 2014 06:37:00   #
I haven't made this in years. It was called King Arthur's Cake Pan Cake and I too mixed it in a bowl first. Just a lot neater and mixed better. Also I don't remember greasing the pan. But maybe it's better that way. I'll have to try it again. A real simple cake.
Nov 3, 2014 06:53:10   #
Do tell...How did you do that. I was thinking about just making a bunch of Grannie Squares but your idea sounds much more interesting.
Nov 3, 2014 06:49:09   #
chickkie wrote:
I don't use straight needles for anything - circulars work for everything

Same here.
Nov 3, 2014 06:47:30   #
gayleH wrote:
I recently got a set of Chiagoo interchangeable bamboos and I love them!! The cord rotates when you knit and is very pliable and the tips are nice and pointy. The needles themselves develop a nice patina as you use them and are just slippery enough to move knitting along. I highly recommend them.

I have the cheap ones too. My problem with them is the yarn sticks and I constantly have to push the stitches forward. I broke down and got the Harmony and love them. I use the cheapies as a back-up
Oct 7, 2014 06:59:39   #
I just started making a few pairs of slippers for holiday gifts. It's also a good way to use left over yarn since the pattern doesn't use that much.
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