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Feb 9, 2019 04:57:29   #
I loved that!
 
Jan 31, 2019 15:30:02   #
so true!!
Jan 24, 2019 17:58:15   #
I very often do the buttonhole band by picking up the stitches & doing garter stitch & the hole by K1 yo k2 tog
Jan 18, 2019 12:05:37   #
My favourite top down pattern is Little coffee bean. I don't need proper markers after a few rows cos I can "read " the stitches. The markers I use , when necessary, are the little rubber bands children use to make friendship bracelets
Jan 18, 2019 11:22:50   #
Congratulations for sticking to it. I have loved looking at your photos & all the different colour combinations. Well done.
Jan 17, 2019 15:39:36   #
Thank you everybody, I had a very bad fall during the break so have had to take it easy.
 
Jan 9, 2019 18:29:15   #
Chezl wrote:


Pic 1 we have a Golden Retriever & she does this too, especially after she has been trimmed & shampooed!!!!

Pic 7 Think we saw him in Florida Key west last April
Jan 8, 2019 15:12:16   #
delighted that all appears to be ok with you, take care.
Jan 6, 2019 04:25:47   #
JTM wrote:
I use pretty much one length needle for most everything. My 40" circulars are used for socks, mitts anything I can knit two at a time, and sweaters, even an Afghan. I do sometimes!es use a 60" needle when there are more stitches than will comfortably hold on my trusty 40" circular. I do have an interchangeable set...only use those shorter cables as stitch holders. Magic Loop rocks!, with that technique...I can work the smallest circular items or largern items, or multiple items on that same needle, at the same time.
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That is what I do too, whatever length needle is handy suits!!!!
Dec 31, 2018 14:31:57   #
We have 4.5 hours to go!!

Health, happiness etc to you & all my KP friends in 2019
Dec 30, 2018 15:12:16   #
ade wrote:
Love those hats, got two on the go, one in the car, one under the sleeping kitty. Touch not the cat on the hat! Thinking of extending the ear flap for the whole back of the neck as another poster suggested.

Easy way to keep track of your rows on this hat, if you don't have your counter handy, is to count the slip 3 strands on the back. Each one means two rows done.


I have made about 30!!!

That is a great tip.
 
Dec 30, 2018 15:10:00   #
I have been knitting 60 + years & can do most things - feel I am a fairly experienced - I love the look of many of the Drops patterns but find their directions tricky!!!

I am just about to rip out a back & front o a sideways knit cardigan & look for a different pattern. I had put this one aside for a few months & now find it impossible to find my place again! Very disappointing but needs must!!
Dec 30, 2018 11:22:49   #
scottishlass wrote:
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They are brilliant - hope I remember how to do them for next year!!
Dec 29, 2018 13:01:14   #
bundyanne07 wrote:
I have been out with the ComLink friends again today and when I came home I completed another little cardigan for the expected new arrival.

My photo does not do the colour justice as it is quite a bright yellow Patons yarn.

I like this design cardigan as it is so easy to follow the instructions but I added my own stitch pattern - - -

http://mariannaslazydaisydays.blogspot.com/2016/10/georgie-baby-jacket-hat.html

I hope you like the cardigan I knitted - now what will I knit next??
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My favourite baby cardi is the little coffee bean free online it is quick & easy.

Is this new baby a brother or sister for Thomas?
Dec 29, 2018 12:02:26   #
jemadu wrote:
Some 'bravery blankies' that I finished recently and will send off to the Oncology ward of Crumlin Children's Hospital, in Dublin (full name: Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin). Every child arriving on the Oncology ward is given a 'blankie' which is theirs. It is a great way of using up bits of yarn. Each is about 16 inches across.


Good for you, I make little hats from tiny tiny to normal to fit bigger babies & they go to the Rotunda (Maternity Hospital) Are Crumlin always in need of blankies, do you have a contact there???

They are lovely, I don't crochet so would be making little knitted ones.
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