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Aug 10, 2019 14:24:47   #
I have the Kindle Fire HD8 and reached out to my oldest grand daughter who used to have one years ago. Bless her heart, she solved it for me!! Here are the instructions ...

Hey Granny! 😀 I have one but I haven't used it in forever, these are the instructions I found online:

1) Swipe down the bar at the top of the screen and choose “Settings“.

2) Select “Language & Keyboard“.

3)Select “Current Keyboard Settings“.

4) Set “Auto-capitalization” and “Auto-correction” to “On” or “Off” as desired.

Hope this helps someone else as much as it did for me!
Jul 21, 2019 01:37:42   #

I looked at your links, and I think you must be right. I can see the similarity to what could be called a half quaker stitch. Especially with what toomanypatterns said, 1 row quaker & then next row k1, p1.
Jul 21, 2019 00:35:50   #
I've done Shaker Rib for many projects in the long ago past. Ran across a very brief reference a few days ago to a Half Shaker Rib Stitch??. Had never heard the term before. Is it called something else?

Any help appreciated.
Jul 11, 2019 04:23:41   #
hildy3 wrote:
How about embroidery? Longhand would be neat all in one line as tho writing..

That's what I prefer to do. But I do it with a crochet hook. I have a "how-to" on my website (Free PDF) the 3rd one from the bottom is Embellish Knits with a crochet hook.

Jul 11, 2019 04:09:16   #
I may have missed it, but the one issue that I feel is important is the dreaded *curl*. I have knit scarves on several different brands of machines just doing straight stockinette. And unless I hand manipulate (or hard steam) the edges curl. Just something to keep in mind. The LK150, in my opinion, is a superb starter machine.
Jun 24, 2019 22:37:11   #
bokemom wrote:
Here's their website, just put your zip code in the find a store and it will tell you where they are. I don't have one near me so I use it when we travel to see if there's one where we're at.

Thanks! Will try that
Jun 24, 2019 19:13:25   #
My hubby was 6 ft 4. His cardiac surgeon had higher chairs. His Primary Dr did not. I petitioned his insurance (with papers from doctors) and they got him a wheel chair. Worked out well. His primary took the hint and got a few higher chairs!
Jun 24, 2019 15:58:59   #
Patrice, have PM'd you back with info requested.
Jun 24, 2019 14:41:22   #
In response to an inquiry (2 actually), that rather odd looking binding texture is only on the outside cover. :-) Absolutely no effect on any of the interior pages. Hope this helps ...

Jun 24, 2019 10:10:22   #
To do a PM:
Click on the person’s name. There are full instructions and options there. 😊
Jun 24, 2019 09:17:03   #
Excellently stated! Couldn’t agree more.😊😊❤️
Jun 24, 2019 07:15:33   #
A sweater for a favourite doll or stuffed animal like a teddy bear?
Jun 23, 2019 22:43:30   #
Lovely!! She has talent. 😊
Jun 23, 2019 21:00:11   #
Smarty wrote:
Dose anyone sew up there knitwear on the sewing machine if so how do you do it as i have tried and i cant get it going thanks in advance.

On occasion, I use my little hand held baster to help keep stitches in line. Especially bulky yarns on larger or long projects (blanket panels, etc) that are not easy to hold onto at the sewing machine. 😊. I do T pin first, but if it starts to be unwieldy I grab the Handy Stitch.

Jun 23, 2019 20:27:16   #
This is a hardback book, with a textured binding and measures approx. 12" x 8 3/4". Please see my pictures for this wrinkled-look 'textured cover/binding'. Even the spine is in this 'texture'. I've seen it before, but not on craft or hobby books!
There are 54 pages with detailed table of contents. This book is not indexed. My zip is 89408 which is Fernley, Nevada. Price is $12 plus shipping (can go book rate in U.S.) Mailing weight BEFORE packaging is 1 pound. Will consider international, but it could be quite pricey.

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