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Old 01-26-2006, 02:04 AM   #11
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If you dont mind me asking how did you learn how to knit? Did you teach yourself? your the same age as my cousin and I just taught her how. LOL
I hope you find a local knitting group. I dont think anyone will laugh at you and if they do who cares everyone should just be themselves. Im 21 and I try not to worry about what people think anymore
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Old 01-26-2006, 02:16 AM   #12
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Well... it all started on christmas of '05.. I got this craft kit from my grandparents that I had my eye on. It had crochet hooks, cross stitch, knitting looms, knitting needles, and yarn. I started working on stuff, but i didn't touch my knitting needles.. I sat there and wondered about it until it dawned on me around the time of Easter. I asked my mom for knitting needles then, and I got size 9 needles. I put down my knitting needles after a month. I watched alot of Knitty Gritty, wanting to make alot on there, but I couldn't because of the limited supplys. I put them away, hoping that one day I would be able to pick them back up. Around the middle of november, I found this site after having this urge to knit. I learned how to do the purl stitch, and I've been coming back ever since.

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LOL knitting is so popular anymore :XX:
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Old 01-26-2006, 02:21 AM   #14
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Yeah... It's just not for grannies anymore :P
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