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||Posted - 06/28/2013 : 07:06:04 AM
My mother taught me to knit when I was seven years old. She started me and my older sister on four needle mittens. A year or so later, I had a bizarre Barbie formal... Ten years after that, I was bored, bored, bored in school. I picked up knitting again and have not looked back.
Knitting helps me ground and focus. I can tell a day when I do not knit.
The colors and the textures of the yarn are so seductive...like so many others I have SABLE....buying yarn is a whole 'nother hobby!
Last year I went on a stuffed animal tear. I usually have at least one pair of socks on the needles.
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||Posted - 07/28/2013 : 06:07:14 AM
A big welcome to Knitters Review Forum from Australia.
Only in the last year or so did I finally learn how to use four needles, so your way ahead of me as I learnt how to knit on two needles and it has taken me many many years to learn.
Knit in peace and harmony.
||Posted - 07/05/2013 : 1:59:10 PM
Hi Caty! A hearty "Hello" from Colorado! Welcome to the KF! I agree with u about buying yarn being a whole 'nother hobby! I luv it!
Keep on knitting!
The more, the merrier!
A balanced diet is a peanut butter cookie in each hand!
||Posted - 07/02/2013 : 3:38:38 PM
Welcome from the great state of La(Louisiana)
||Posted - 06/29/2013 : 2:15:43 PM
Welcome, from Maine! I also generally have a pair of socks in progress.
||Posted - 06/29/2013 : 04:36:54 AM
Welcome from Oakdale, MN I too always have a pair of socks on my needles.
||Posted - 06/28/2013 : 6:17:02 PM
Starting with four needles! Wow, Caty, I am impressed! My grandma taught me to knit when I was small, but we started with "how to wind a ball of yarn".
Welcome to the KR Forums from Baltimore. I love to knit socks too.
Life is beautiful.
||Posted - 06/28/2013 : 07:58:13 AM
Hi Caty, Welcome from Chicago. I'll say it proudly I am a knitting junkie. Its not a day that goes pass that I'm not knitting. I thinks it my peace and I love it. Happy knitting Donna