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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    And here my stash..LOL




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    0.1 Super Emperor Pinstripe Ball Python "Sunny"
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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    Oooooh! Lovely stash! Where do you get Cascade?

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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    Quote Originally Posted by zina10 View Post
    So....here is my adaption of the fingerless glove. This is just a experiment, since I didn't have the right yarn left. This yarn has cotton in it, so it's hard and the knitted items turn bigger with less stretch.

    If I make them again I would choose really soft and warm sock yarn perhaps with some alpaca or mohair mixed into the yarn for warmth without bulk.

    I finally did get my new yarn in, too. Pics of that in next post.




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    I love it! Beautiful colors and I love how you added an actual cuff around the thumb instead of just a button hole! You have a lot more patience than I do.

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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    Here is my is set all done now.

    I am now working on your version of a sock with the ribbing all the way down the front. I like how it's turning out so far. And it's not taking as long as I expected it to.

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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    So I have this running joke with my boyfriend, where I can knit pretty much anywhere. I just got back from a concert and I was literally knitting during the first part of the concert. Even when they turned the lights down I could still knit because it's a simple pattern. Same way I knit and watch TV. The opening band was pretty boring, I'm really glad I had my knitting with me.



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    Re: Calling all knitters!

    These are turning out to be bulkier than what the picture shows

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