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I'm making my first pair of socks, and a cardigan for myself, plus a scarf for a forumite.
I'm doing a shawlette for me but its got wool in so it might itch me and then I'll need to give it away.
I'll start another Yarn Harlot scarf in purple soon
Probably already have
I'm doing a feather and fan baby blanket too but have got in a pickle and need help, its full of yarn overs and knit two togethers so not easy to rip back
I am frequently told that I am annoying so it's nothing new to me!
I'm doing a sleeveless cowl neck jumper in a sort of purple marl wool. Nearly done!
The next project is a raspberry coloured jumper with a cable pattern neck. I should have gone and bought the wool for that today but I didn't have time.
moomoo do you still do needlepoint?
KK my daughter knits but then forgets how to "turn the corner" as she puts it
I tried making some cushion tops once in neeldepoint, but they ended up wonky.
Beebs, would a life line help with ripping back your blanket? I've seen people mention them on Rav, but haven't used them...I'm guessing it's a spare thread you use like a stitch marker along a row to indicate the beginning of a pattern.
Just downloaded the scarf pattern, only 28 rows for my sock so I'll start the scarf tonight.
I think that is what I will do, Kwilter but having ripped back I have 158 stitches not a 150 and I'm not very good at reading my knitting yet. I'll take it to S&B on Tuesday and get help from a clever knitter.
I can knit but I can't cast on. It really annoys me. I reallly must learn.
I wanted all my nan's knitting stuff when she passed away but something happened (possibly someone chucked it all out or gave it away before she died) and there were only a few bits and pieces left. Breaks my heart. Should have said sooner. I did get her sewing box though.
I used to knit, but it's so hard to find knitting wool/yarn these days - unless you're willing to fork out for Rowan stuff.
Where do you all get your patterns/yarns from?
I still have all my needles
Mouse that is sad, about your nan's stuf.
Mr W is right there are some great tutorials on You Tube and if you have a local yarn shop they will help you usually.
KK, I remeber helping a year 2 class sew Mother's day bookmarks, dog it was hard work with some of them
I feel a bit of knit and purl coming on......
I'll have a look at that site, thanks Beebs.
Local markets are a good source of cheaper yarn if you don't want to fork out for the named stuff Wilkie. My local wool shop also has a stock of non-branded dk in a range of colours but they do tend to push the branded stuff first as that's where the mark up is I suppose.
A lot of my knitting stuff is 'inherited' from my mum and granny, shame about all your granny's stuff Mouse as it's so expensive to start from scratch.
Can somebody remind me what my username of Rav is? It's similar to this one but not the same as that was already taken.
Someone has stolen my identity and used my name on Ravelry!
Huff! I've had to use a different name - now I'll be like TP and forget what it is
Tickled Pink wrote (see)
My local wool shop ....
What's one of them?? Even the department stores where I live stopped selling wool years ago.
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