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TriciaJF Posted - 07/22/2010 : 06:44:42 AM
Has anyone ever hosted a "knitting" baby shower? I was thinking about giving everyone who comes yarn and needles as they walk in and having them knit either a square or a strip while at the shower. I would sew everything together and add a border after the shower. Any thoughts or suggestions?

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fiddlerbird555 Posted - 07/22/2010 : 07:17:27 AM
It wouldn't work if most of the attendees don't already knit, and you'd want some alternative for potential attendees who are hard-core not-knit.

That said, I did attend a party once where a crochet circle sort of happened. The hostess was working on putting granny squares together for a local shelter, and about 1/2 dozen ladies (maybe 25% of the crowd) joined in.


I can go loopy, or I can knit. Your choice.

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