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Old 07-07-2011, 07:49 AM   #4
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My suggestion would be to get some cotton and knit yourself a dish cloth or wash cloth. It's small and you can practice your stitches knowing that it's something you can use no matter how it turns out. Trying to make a scarf when you're first learning is not such a good idea because scarves take forever to make. At least a dish cloth is small and you can see your results quickly.

Just my humble opinion!!

Susan
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OTN - afghan for DH (undid it for the 3rd time and started another pattern), baby sweater, hooded sweater jacket for me!!
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