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Jan 9, 2012 09:57:48   #
You can buy it online. Do a search for the yarn. It should give you many websites to choose from.
 
Dec 31, 2011 14:07:12   #
Stitch, Thanks. I didnt' think of the other coupon for % of total sale. I appreciate the info.
Dec 31, 2011 14:02:45   #
It actually doesn't remind me of anything except an ad for what NOT to wear
Dec 31, 2011 13:57:18   #
Stitch Designer - really liked your comment. Wish I had thought of that response earlier.
Dec 31, 2011 13:54:27   #
Juice, I didn't bash the outfit, but can you honestly say that you "liked" it? Really? Taste is based on lots of things. There is the "classical" - women who shop at Ann Taylor, Nordstrom, etc. would you find anything looking like that in those shops? Probably not. Then there are young people or yippies. Then tend toward classical or just casual. Then there are the hillbillys - now they might like those outfits or maybe gypsies would like it, maybe some people in Mexico might like it but I'm not even sure they would. If you have a question of taste WOULD JACKIE "O" HAVE WORN IT? answer is "NEVER"
Dec 31, 2011 13:39:15   #
AND JoAnn's puts everything on sale for a very small price break so you can't even use the coupons on the stuff. I went there with my 40% off coupon. I saved exactly $0.40. The yarn was 10% or so off on their sale. That excluded it from the coupon. So. . . . . . . Out of all the stuff I bought, a candy bar was the only thing they could use for my coupon. What a jip!!(Is that how one spells jip????) Anyway, the coupons are seldom useful - for me anyway.
 
Dec 29, 2011 16:54:12   #
DHeart, Hope you like what you see.
Dec 29, 2011 16:15:08   #
Thank you so much. Your work is just lovely - indeed you are a "FIBER ARTIST"!!!!!!!!
Dec 29, 2011 12:58:57   #
What yarn did you use on the black and white one - it was at the bottom of the post?
Dec 29, 2011 00:00:30   #
Nan, there are limitless numbers of FREE patterns on the internet, yours for the printing (couldn't resist a little play on words)
Just in case you don't already have some in mind, here are a few that I use frequently: http://www.elann.com, http://www.favecrafts.com, http://www.lionbrand.com, http://www.borocco.com http://www.yarnmarket.com, and I'm sure there are lots of other Most of these require you to register in order to get the free patters but there are no obligations so what does that matter. I get their weekly emails with specials and patterns.
Dec 26, 2011 16:29:17   #
OK - here goes, I hope I don't offend any-everyone. The yarns you are using either the "super" sizes or the ones discussed here may feel good at first. They will "Pill" and they do not hold up as well as other yarns. If you would search the web you can find quality yarns for about the same price as you pay for these others. I have several favorite websites for purchasing yarns at incredible discounts. I figure that I probably have many other things to do, including bookkeeping and taxes for others, and am not the fastest knitter in the world by any means, therefore, when I do knit or crochet something, the value of my time and my creativity and my talent and skill (the same as all of you have) is worth MORE than the least expensive on the market. if I'm going to put in all this time and effort, it BETTER be made with some FANTASTIC FIBERS! If anyone is interested, why not try the following websites - just for a start - http://www.elann.com http://www.smileysyarns.com, http://www.numei.com, and http://www.yarn-paradise.com I would appreciate some feedback on this subject.
 
Dec 26, 2011 16:25:28   #
OK -
Dec 26, 2011 16:13:04   #
You don't need the flyers. You can print the Michaels' coupons, JoAnns - all of them - Online. I just printed one for Michaels for this week. search Michael's coupons, or whoever you want and you can get them.
Dec 16, 2011 05:02:29   #
Della, just for fun I actually paid attention to my knitting - well, I use a continental I pick up the yarn between my thumb and index finger - it actually doesn't lay on my index finger when I pick it up and I am going counter-clockwise on the knit stitch. When I purl - who knows what you would call it! I also go counter-clockwise with the yarn as I actually hold it between my index finger and thumb and I throw it from my left hand around the needle held in my right hand. After all these discussions, I don't believe there is another person in the universe who holds their yarn and needles like I do.
Dec 16, 2011 04:55:39   #
Arlene, That friend just "stole" from you. 35.00???? Wow, I should STOP knitting immediately and have you just do all my stuff for me. Don't let that happen to you again. I hate it when I hear about my knitting sisters getting robbed for their talents and hard work.
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