Thanx for the recomendation. I have that on my Wish list in amazon. I've already bought: Knitter handbook (complicated, old fashined, but good reference), Knitting and crocheting for idiots (where I learned how to do cables), Viva Poncho, Dogs in knits and The Knitted rug. I wasn't sure about Stitch N' Bitch cuase it would probably result too local, but I will buy it any way eventually since is the most recomended.
I think my next buy will be some books of crochet. I hace this options: Hip to crochet, Crocheting School: a complete course, and 200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws, and Afghans : Crochet Squares to Mix and Match. Any recomendaction???
I think nobody woudl think that US would be so poblated with hispanic people!!! Certainly not one of our best options as mexicans... unl ess you can go to the US like my brother, who was needed and searched by a big company. Any way, life is like this and know we all haver to be bilingual in some level. Do you know that Univision was the most seen network last month? Blame all those mexican telenovelas. To be honest, I don't watch them (probably one of the most imported producto of my country and I dont use it :thinking: ).
I'm de-rusting mu french in a free tutorial online. So I looked for an English-Spanish free tutorial so you can learn the basics, and I was surprised by how many there are!!!! I search 5 of them and I think this is a good option
So.. if your son is doing it, you will have someone to practice!!! I will keep my eyes open to find some other options so you could learn... I love to think that will be my contribution to this already complete site.
HI RHONDA!!! If yo were struggling to learn how to's in knitting (as I was) this will be the perfecto place to learn!!! Have you see al the videos???.