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Feb 24, 2019 03:32:46   #
Beautiful cardi
Feb 14, 2019 04:48:16   #
jemadu wrote:
Congratulations! Walking in the pool is very good for you. I swim but DH walks every day in our local (indoor, in a local hotel health club) pool. He had a hip replacement 2 years ago and walking in the pool was recommended.

I had a hip replacement 5 years ago,all went very well.

I do Aqua Aerobics 3 mornings a week love it & I have been trying to loose weight- I am down 3 stone ( with the help of careful eating)

The AA exercises have toned & strengthend me, we have fun, on my fitbit I average about 3000 steps in 3/4 hour in the pool.

I now have artherits in my knee so walking is not an option.

Continued good health wishes t your DH.
Feb 10, 2019 17:25:02   #
I have used Sculpy to make colour matched buttons for a few projects, cooked them in a Halogen oven which I do use for food, no problems!!
Feb 10, 2019 16:58:03   #
Was your "old" avatar the young boy in the snow, or am I mixing you up with someone else.

Like the new one .
Feb 9, 2019 18:01:48   #
AdeleRM wrote:
I need a foot-powered computer mouse so I can get more knitting done as I read KP.

I have often had that same thought & for the same reason!!!

Must be some clever person out there who could help us!!!!
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.
I use pretty much one length needle for most every... (show quote)

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
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