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||Posted - 08/16/2013 : 05:41:55 AM
Just arrive at KR and found the Zealander Air description facinating. But that's what I like about knitting--always something knew to learn. And everything new seems to connect me to some secret yarn ball wrapping itself around the world.
What is it about knitting that makes us all want to talk at the same time?
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||Posted - 08/20/2013 : 1:11:24 PM
Welcome to the forums from Maine!
||Posted - 08/19/2013 : 10:19:56 PM
Hi Knitcute, and welcome to the KR Forums!
I love Clara's books, and am impatient for the next one coming soon!
You know there are lots of sheep and knitters in Colorado!
Life is beautiful.
||Posted - 08/19/2013 : 11:39:00 AM
Oh, "made it myself" are the magic words. And don't you feel good to give something you loved making to someone you love knowing!
"S" and "Z" twists? Who knew! I am now inspecting my stash for evidence of this.
I have bought Clara's books on yarn and wool to read on an upcoming trip to Colorado. I will never look at another sheep the same way again.
||Posted - 08/19/2013 : 09:19:10 AM
Hi Knitcute, I feel knitting makes us all want to talk at the same time because its the one thing we can all do and put our own spin on and its gives joy in the making and the giving. I just get such a kick when somebody asks where did you get that sweater and I say I made it myself. Donna
||Posted - 08/16/2013 : 4:10:12 PM
Hi there, KnitCute, welcome to KR. Good question! It does make us all sit up and happily chatter, doesn't it?
The Zealander Air sounded fascinating to me, too. Made me drool a little, actually. (:
Different is good. ~Matthew Hoover