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Old 07-08-2009, 03:00 PM   #6151
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........I cannot find a video for this stitch... (p1, k1) into yarn over. Has anyone ever done this?
If you post this question in the "How To" section of the forum, you'll probably get lots of help!
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Old 07-08-2009, 03:10 PM   #6152
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Hey everyone! I'm new to the site and knitting. Just learned to cast on and the knit stitch last night using the videos here on knittinghelp.
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:14 PM   #6153
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Hi everyone Thank you so much for your site. It has been a great help since I started knitting.
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Old 07-09-2009, 02:56 PM   #6154
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Hi all ... brand new to the forum... but have been knitting and crafting of many types for ages and ages. Found you while googleing for help and advise with drop spinning ... looks very interesting here .. so see you around the boards ...
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Old 07-11-2009, 04:48 AM   #6155
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Hi Everyone! I'm Spirit2009- just joined the group. I sure am glad I finally found a knitting group online. I see there are alot of people online who enjoy knitting like I do. I'm married, mother of 5. (3) in college and the others are right behind them. I've been homebound and disabled since 2007 due to back surgery, and most of my time is spent knitting and crocheting, along with reading, and doing crafts. Over the past year or so, my passion for knitting has become the only thing that keeps me focus during bouts of extreme pain. But, I really, really enjoy knitting and at this moment I'm finishing up my very first sleeveless pullover tank top. I'm very proud of myself. I was finally able to finish. I also have been knitting baby beanies and socks. I hope to have the chance to learn alot from you all. Thanks so much for creating this knitting club online. Knittinghelp.com is my best online source for alot of info. Take care everyone. I hope to chat with some of you soon!
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Old 07-11-2009, 05:13 AM   #6156
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Hi Amy, Never really bloged before. I love knitting and I am still in the learning stage. Question. Any exercises you can suggest? I have been having pain issue with my arm/shoulder area. I am seeing a chiropractor to help but I figured you may know some knitting exercise that may help me. I would hate to give up knitting.

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Old 07-11-2009, 07:54 AM   #6157
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Hi everyone,

My name is David. I am a 63 year old English man living in Sweden with my Swedish wife Maibritt. We are both knitters and she specialises in Norwegian knitting, but is not active at the moment. I knit most days for an hour or so and find it very enjoyable. I learned to knit from a book about 30 years ago, but my knitting has only really taken off in the last couple of years, since I have had more time due to being half time pensioner.

So far I have knitted mainly socks, ponchos and cardigans. I also enjoy crochet and recently crocheted a pair of slippers. I have already found Knitting Help a real blessing.

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Old 07-11-2009, 09:27 AM   #6158
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Hi everyone,

My name is David. I am a 63 year old English man living in Sweden with my Swedish wife Maibritt. We are both knitters and she specialises in Norwegian knitting, but is not active at the moment. I knit most days for an hour or so and find it very enjoyable. I learned to knit from a book about 30 years ago, but my knitting has only really taken off in the last couple of years, since I have had more time due to being half time pensioner.

So far I have knitted mainly socks, ponchos and cardigans. I also enjoy crochet and recently crocheted a pair of slippers. I have already found Knitting Help a real blessing.

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Welcome to KH David! Glad to see another guy knitter here.
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My name is Sharon and I am brand new to this site. I love to knit and feel compelled to always have a project by my side. I am from Surrey BC I am sure I will meet some great people on here. Thanks
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:07 AM   #6160
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Just found this fab site and popped in to say hi.

I live in the UK near Oxford. I'm a long-time knitter (30+ years....eek!) but I still learned new stuff here

I'm disabled but can still knit most days although I have to use bamboo needles now cos the metal ones make my hands too sore.

Look forward to chatting with you all.
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I am a newcomer as well I have been knitting for many years off and on and love to do it. It was interesting to hear that the bamboo needles are better for your hands 'cause I have been having a problem with my hands and am panicking that I won't be able to keep knitting!
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