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Old 04-26-2013, 10:10 PM   #14
ABC's Mom
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
I hate going to a class and sleeping through it or it's covering things I'm not prepared for. It's happened in other areas though I've not attended a knitting class because I fully expect I'd either be bored or too challenged.

I think somewhere in classifying beginner, intermediate, or advanced, the ability to adjust patterns to make them fit might be considered.

Me? I knit because I want to and don't care if I'm a beginner or intermediate. Advanced? Me?
You are fortunate to have someone in the family around to teach you. My grandmother taught me how to crochet, but she lived hours away when I was growing up so I had limited time with her. My mother wasn't "crafty" at all so things like sewing, crocheting etc. I learned from my grandmother. What I've learned about any of the crafts I participate in I pretty much taught myself.
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