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Old 03-03-2012, 07:51 AM   #91
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Saw one post where the poster had listed an item as OTN which I understood but they also posted another as OTH not sure about that one
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Old 03-03-2012, 11:20 AM   #92
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Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post
Saw one post where the poster had listed an item as OTN which I understood but they also posted another as OTH not sure about that one
I think that would mean 'TYPO'
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:00 PM   #93
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Old 03-08-2012, 12:53 AM   #94
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
OTH--On the hook? Crochet. When it's done it's off the hook.
Yep, GG, there is more than one way for us to weave our yarns.

I'd say OTH is TYPO-negative! Knotty me.
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Old 03-08-2012, 02:55 AM   #95
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Originally Posted by OffJumpsJack View Post
Yep, GG, there is more than one way for us to weave our yarns.

I'd say OTH is TYPO-negative! Knotty me.
Oh, yes, you are knotty! Aren't we all?
You realize, I trust, that OTH could have been a typo even though it has a legit usage.
Speaking of weaving, I want to try it.
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Just wanted to say how much I appreciate this sticky. Its very helpful to newbie knitters unfamiliar with the lingo.

On a side note, I read the original post, and the link at the very end, the one that says, "Click here for more knitting abbreviations" or something like that, isn't working. When I click on it, it just brings me to the KH 404 page.

On the 404 page, there is a link, among many, to the abbreviation page. Maybe some things got moved around and such during an update since this sticky was made and the link no longer does what its supposed to do anymore.

Just wanted to let ya'll know.
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I may have started using this here. I've seen others using it too. If someone else was first with it and wants credit for it, just say so. Don't worry about stepping on my toes, I'm wearing my steel toed flip flops.
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Is it be possible to update the OP with the acronyms that have been added in the posts?

I've read through all the posts but I have already forgotten the additional ones other folks have thrown in the mix.

TIA!!!!
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