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Old 06-22-2009, 10:43 AM   #6111
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Do you have a pattern that you need help with, or need the pattern? There are stitches at,, and at I'm pretty sure there's a faggot st or two on a couple of them.
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Old 06-23-2009, 12:44 PM   #6112
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Hi! My name is Jennifer and I am teaching myself how to knit. It's been a lot of fun so far and I've become a master at making washcloths. Thanks to a very encouraging mother in law I'm starting to move on to some more complex projects and really enjoying myself.

A little about me: My husband and I have been married for 9 years. He works full time and I stay at home and home school our 3 children. We have 2 daughters who are 6 and 3 and just welcomed our son into the world 6 weeks ago. I also enjoy creating scrapbooks and other paper crafts and am always up for trying something new when it comes to crafts.

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Old 06-23-2009, 04:33 PM   #6113
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Hi Amy I can't find where to "register", And where do I "introduce myself???
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Old 06-23-2009, 09:26 PM   #6114
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Hi. My name's Christa and I'm from British Columbia, Canada. I just wanted to say thanks for this site. The videos are extremely useful, as I can't seem to learn anything from a book. I learned to knit when I was 5 years old. I knit mostly character sweaters for friends' children and babies. I also knit for a charity called Caring Hearts that provides knitted wear to underpriviledged children. You can see some photos of what I'm working on, as well as my finished projects at

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Old 06-24-2009, 12:58 AM   #6115
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I'm a new knitter. I don't acctually call myslef a "knitter" because I'm so new to all this. I do love what I've made so far (which is 4 braclettes for some of my friends). A soon as my camera starts working I will post some pics. I love working with my hands. I acctually started doing handi-crafts with crocheting. My high school teacher taught me. Did I mention that I'm like 18?
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Old 06-24-2009, 01:47 AM   #6116
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Welcome to the KH Forum, everyone!

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Hi Amy I can't find where to "register", And where do I "introduce myself???
You just did!
This is the place to introduce yourself.
So, if you want to reply with more information about yourself, go right ahead.
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Old 06-25-2009, 01:46 AM   #6117
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This site is exceptional!!
Hola my name is Denice! Every time I have a question on knitting techniques I always wind up here. The videos are always so very helpful and gets me on my way. I have used the help now for two years and didn't realize it had a forum...YAY!!! I learned to knit with my mom many years ago and let it go until a couple years ago when I wanted to make a baby blanket. 3 babies later I have become very good at the baby blankets, sweaters, hats, gloves, scarfs, socks and dresses. When I don't have something to knit then I pace. I am glad to help anybody if I can. And hope that someone may be able to help me as I am very exasperated on a recent pattern I have that reads binding off/casting off at the end of a row. Is their anyone out there that can help me?
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Old 06-26-2009, 11:21 AM   #6118
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Hi my name is Bre and I just started learning how to knit this past Wednesday June 24! I am 16 years old and volunteer at a nursing home my mother works at. There I was taught just how to purl and knit from an 100 year old woman, who is sharper and more with it than most people I know. Grandma B is what she wants me to call her. She is having me start with a US size 10 small (in length) needles. She casted on for me, yet hasn't showed me how to do it, so I am going to try to myself this weekend with out her help for I want to try something new other than the scarf-like thing she is just having me practicing with. Currently it is 15 inches long and 20 stitches across.

This is a link to my blogger I created for my journey to becoming a perfect knitter
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:43 PM   #6119
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Hey y'all,
I am so glad that this site is here cuz i started knitting a few years ago, then stopped for some reason. Not sure why! But I wanted to start again and did not want to pay to start learning again.
I am the mother of 3 young men. One of whom just got married and I am going to be a grandma, of a little boy and i want to knit him a sweater, though the only other thing I have knitted have been scarves.
OH yeah I forgot to say I am from NW Georgia, where it is extremely hot and muggy, I want to go where the cold is and snow!!
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Old 06-27-2009, 01:25 PM   #6120
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Hey there, I'm fairly new to knitting and had been told about this site but never made it here until now. I just finished my second scarf (just in time for the 100+ degree weather of Dallas ... ugh!!) and am looking to move onto something new. All I have done so far are ribbed patterns and grid patterns from knit/purl. I know nothing about different types of yarn and pretty much taught myself what little I do know by reading "I Can't Believe I'm Knitting," with a little extra help from my mom on the whole tinking thing (thanks mom!!). I can't wait to check out the videos and start learning, learning, learning. Thanks to all of you for putting this together and offering all sorts of support.
-ETA: Oops, forgot to say ... my name is Tara. Hi!
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