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Oct 13, 2018 04:02:03   #
KnitWit 54 wrote:
Love the first one. The knit-strology libra sure doesn’t sound like me at all. Guess they can’t be correct about every knitter.😢


I'm a Libra too and I agree it doesn't sound like me either!!
 
Oct 13, 2018 03:23:31   #
Wow!!! Spectacular - a work of art!!! Well done :-D
Oct 13, 2018 02:55:49   #
Stunning!!
Oct 13, 2018 02:52:30   #
Yes i could read it even though I did have to enlarge it because the type size was so small!!! Yes correct spelling is important!!! I'm one of those people that corrects others spelling!!
Loved the second one as well - I do that a lot!!!
Oct 11, 2018 07:23:42   #
Yes.... Thank you
Apr 3, 2016 00:58:12   #
Awesome!!!
 
Nov 4, 2013 05:43:24   #
A Knit to Remember wrote:
There is a lady on etsy who makes cable needle pendants. They are very pretty and you never lose it that way. You can see them here http://www.etsy.com/listing/97564465/butterfly-cable-needle-necklace


OOOO these are so pretty. I now have one on my wish list :-D
I love doing cables but get sick of loosing the cable needle. One of these would certainly solve that problem.
Nov 3, 2013 16:16:43   #
lkb850 wrote:
http://people.delphiforums.com/knit_chat/fingerpuppets/pincushion.htm

This is very handy for keeping crochet hooks and knitting needles, dp needles, cable hooks, that little tool to tighten interchangeable needles, large blunt sewing needles, stitch holders etc.

I have at least 4 of them for anything from pencils and pens, to tweezers and nail clippers!


Thanks for posting this! I'm going to make some of these :D I'm sure I would find them very useful :-D
Nov 3, 2013 15:53:58   #
A Knit to Remember wrote:
I can buy myself some pretty new stitch markers or a cable pendant.


what is a cable pendant?
Sep 7, 2013 05:26:03   #
crispie wrote:
too bad you did not include a picture!


Agreed!!! :-D
Aug 20, 2013 06:44:48   #
I too used to get holes when I tried to pick up the stitches until I watched very pinks video

http://verypink.com/2011/01/13/video-lesson-learn-to-knit-socks/
Scroll down to Video 4 – Working the gusset.

I discovered I wasn't picking up both sides of the V. After watching Stacy at verypink.com I have never had problems with holes.

I hope this helps. :-D
 
Jun 24, 2013 06:39:19   #
I have bookmarked this and also subscribed!!! Thanks for passing this on :-D
Jun 24, 2013 06:30:34   #
Just downloaded this. Thanks!!
Jun 22, 2013 03:02:17   #
I am a left handed writer, but my mum taught me to knit right handed. There is a lady at work who is left handed and she had to get the "lady down the road" to teach her to knit left handed because her mum tried to teach her left handed (mum is right handed) but couldn't do it. The lady at work has trouble reading some patterns because she has to convert them to left handed. Apparently if you knit left handed, everything is opposite. She reckons being left handed has made it a lot harder for her to follow patterns.

I am sooooo happy my mum was patient enough to persist with teaching me to knit right handed. I don't think I would love knitting as much as I do if I had to "convert" patterns to left handed!! THANKS MUM!!
Jun 15, 2013 02:14:49   #
Thanks for sharing!!
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