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Old 09-23-2013, 01:28 AM   #111
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The combo of "the old fashioned sampler look with the new dangled techno speak" is what my son has in mind, I do believe. I think you and I are on the same wavelength here.
It should prove to be a nifty project. Can't wait to see it, GG!
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Old 09-24-2013, 06:56 PM   #112
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Well, it's like this, Claire and Charlotte. I have 2 pr. of socks OTN that I must finish so I can start some for me, and it's time to start thinking about sewing Xmas PJs. This project will have to wait a while. I still haven't had a chance to really get into my library books on color and mosaic knitting. My must do list is too too too long. I guess I must not have too much of a problem with it or I wouldn't keep adding to it.
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Well, it's like this, Claire and Charlotte. I have 2 pr. of socks OTN that I must finish so I can start some for me, and it's time to start thinking about sewing Xmas PJs. This project will have to wait a while. I still haven't had a chance to really get into my library books on color and mosaic knitting. My must do list is too too too long. I guess I must not have too much of a problem with it or I wouldn't keep adding to it.
How long before you need to turn in those library books? Methinks you may need an extension on them
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Me thinks so too. They're due sometime next month. They don't seem to be in high demand so maybe I'll be able to renew them. I wish I could get them on an ereader but I don't think so.
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
Well, it's like this, Claire and Charlotte. I have 2 pr. of socks OTN that I must finish so I can start some for me, and it's time to start thinking about sewing Xmas PJs. This project will have to wait a while. I still haven't had a chance to really get into my library books on color and mosaic knitting. My must do list is too too too long. I guess I must not have too much of a problem with it or I wouldn't keep adding to it.
Oh my... We do keep adding to those project lists, don't we???
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More Dishcloth patterns :D
Just had to share more quick knitted happiness!

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Different dish cloth
White Birch Cloth
Saw this, thought it was cool. I've not yet worked from a chart, might have to print this out and give it a try!
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White Birch Cloth
Saw this, thought it was cool. I've not yet worked from a chart, might have to print this out and give it a try!
What a pretty stitch pattern and dishcloth, Janis! Enjoy the expedition into reading charts.
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Feather and fan
When I started knitting, I wanted to make a feather and fan dishcloth so badly. I had so many problems with it!! Well, since Friday night I've cast on and finished 2 of them. Here's the 2nd one, I forgot to get pics of the first before I gave it away. The first was just off white, done with sugar and cream cotton on size 6 needles. This one was done on size 8. The next will be done on size 7.
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Janis, that's beautiful! It's a great opportunity to see which size needles you like with a pattern too.
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