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What are we all knitting now #332659 08/03/07 04:43 PM
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I am knitting baby items for charity,we are doing them on another forum,what are you all knitting.


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Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: krisleon] #332802 08/04/07 02:46 PM
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Hi, I'm knitting the Elizabeth Zimmermann Pi Shawl from Knitter's Almanac. Wouldn't you know I left my copy at work but fortunately I'm at a point where I don't need it right now!

Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: Gillian ClassicalMusic] #337138 08/30/07 01:17 PM
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Hi

Having recently started knitting again I am doing a blanket, and edging and some blanket squares from a knitting magazine...

Nothing of much interest but it's just to get me going again.

JJ x

Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: krisleon] #340930 09/14/07 03:42 AM
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I am currently knitting a shrug to wear for a wedding this Saturday and I'm also knitting a cabled poncho for my Mom's Christmas gift. Her poncho is turning out so soft and the cables are going really well. I love the cream color too but my big problem... it's taking me FOREVER to do it, lol.

Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: Myhoneyhoney] #341791 09/18/07 10:21 AM
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I just finished knitting a baby blanket and it is now on its way to Canada. I am thinking of having a go at crochet now.....:)

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I'm making an Elizabeth Zimmerman sweater for myself (first time for me - I've made them for babies, toddlers and teens). I love the yarn I chose - a rayon/silk blend in teal/green/purple mulit (I bought it a couple of years ago and kept doing other projects first - but if memory serves me correctly it is called water lilies - and I can see why, it has the colors from Monet's painting).


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Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: edb19] #348465 10/18/07 07:31 PM
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I am currently knitting socks. As always, abit of a sockaholic here.
I also dabble abit in lace knitting.

I have today just bought a spinning wheel so I hope to spin, dye and knit for my socks.


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Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: krisleon] #348643 10/19/07 09:34 PM
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As usual I am knitting socks, jumping from one pair to another.
But these are from my hand dyed yarn, so they are very special.
The yarn is soft and the colors are very cool.

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Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: Knitpurlpeace] #348648 10/19/07 10:53 PM
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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO KNIT SIMPLE DISH CLOTHS
IT SUPPOSE TO BE SIMPLE I CAN KNIT SIMPLE SITCH,THANKS IRENE

Re: What are we all knitting now [Re: irene molskness] #348740 10/20/07 10:48 AM
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The dishcloths I knit are simple.
Cast on an odd number...I do 47
row 1 knit
row 2 knit 1, slip 1 across row
row 3 knit
row 4 knit 2, slip 1 across row. ( I think this ends knit 2)
knit until it's square shaped.


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