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Old 06-17-2009, 02:07 AM   #6101
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Hello everybody

I'm happy to be a part of this Forum - thanks for having me. I've been knitting for more than 50 years, and my great love affair with knitting continues. I can still see myself as a small girl, struggling with a printed pattern, and a very ambitious one it was too. And the wonderful thing about knitting is that I'm still learning.

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Old 06-17-2009, 06:00 PM   #6102
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Originally Posted by Knitswithcat View Post

Hello! I was looking at your Suspended-Bind off technique (I am binding off a shawl I made) and the video goes too fast for me & I couldn't get any sound to listen to the instructor, either. I replayed it over & over. I appreciate that this site has excellent tutorials, but I can't seem to see & hear all I need to in order to "get" this bind off.

Can anyone please type out for me, step, by step, how to do this process? Truly appreicate that this site is here and so willing to help and be friendly and wholesome!

Ex.

#1- Knit two stitches;

#2- ??????

Thanks & Happy Knitting
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Here are a set of clear pictures for you
http://bellaknitting.typepad.com/bel...ded-bind-.html
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Old 06-17-2009, 06:03 PM   #6103
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:54 PM   #6104
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Hi, I'm new!
New member and pretty new to knitting. I learned several years ago and put it down. Now 2 kids later, I have started again. I consider myself to be a novice and have a lot to learn but it is fun fun fun!!!
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Old 06-19-2009, 11:43 AM   #6105
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HOW TO SEW KNITTED SQUARES TOGETHER
I have knitted all my squares to make a baby blanket but I don't know the best way to sew together.
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Old 06-19-2009, 01:09 PM   #6106
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Hi everyone, I am a new knitter, and look forward to learning new techniques, etc.
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Old 06-19-2009, 01:54 PM   #6107
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Hello Everyone!

My friend has been telling me about this forum, and I keep forgetting to join-but finally, here I am! I needed to learn how to knit in entrelac, and I couldn't find anything on youtube. I hope I learn it here.

I have been knitting for awhile (5 years?)and would like to learn more techniques. I'm currently working on a Lizard Ridge afghan and miscellaneous dishcloths. When I get bored with knitting the afghan, I pick up a dishcloth.

I also hope to find new friends and ideas. I am looking forward to hearing from others!

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Old 06-19-2009, 07:01 PM   #6108
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I am fairly new to knitting but I would like to find a simple pattern for using speed stix to create a prayer shawl. I saw in the description of your website that it was founded by women who also love romance. Well, I am a romance reader of 50 years. So we've got some things in common.

I look forward to hearing back from you.
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Old 06-21-2009, 02:20 AM   #6109
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Welcome to the KH Forum, everyone!

Originally Posted by mtatum3437 View Post
I have knitted all my squares to make a baby blanket but I don't know the best way to sew together.
I usually seam squares together with a basic whipstitch.
Or, you could do a backstitch, as they recommend on the Warm Up America website: http://www.warmupamerica.com/join.html

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My friend has been telling me about this forum, and I keep forgetting to join-but finally, here I am! I needed to learn how to knit in entrelac, and I couldn't find anything on youtube. I hope I learn it here. ........
If you ask in the "How To" section, you'll get lots of help!

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I am fairly new to knitting but I would like to find a simple pattern for using speed stix to create a prayer shawl.
If you post your question in the "Pattern Central" section, I bet you'll get some ideas!
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Hello, I am Sonya. Taught myself to knit in January 2009. Love it, addicted to it. Can anyone help me learn fagotted stitch?
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