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corbin Posted - 08/30/2013 : 04:10:59 AM
I am happy to find this place to share! I began knitting at my Grammy's side. She taught me to knit and a lot more! My collection of yarn will take me three lifetimes to knit up, and I still can't resist buying MORE!!
I have totally fallen for Clara's books, and the one's I haven't read are on my Xmas list!!

Happy Knitting!
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Beatricey1 Posted - 09/30/2013 : 12:01:39 PM
Hello Corbin from San Francisco!

Wow, I get happy when I see new people joint KR. It's always good to know somebody else out there always has a ball of yarn around. hehe Keep on Knitting!


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corbin Posted - 09/26/2013 : 04:12:32 AM
Originally posted by donnawatk

Hi Corbin, Welcome here from Chicago. Only three lifetimes that means you don't have nearly enough. Donna Posted - 09/02/2013 : 6:17:58 PM
U r definitely a kindred spirit, corbin; a most welcome addition to the KF!


Keep on knitting!
The more, the merrier!
A balanced diet is a peanut butter cookie in each hand!
robinstephanie Posted - 09/01/2013 : 11:42:22 AM
Welcome to KR, Corbin, from Northern California. I think it's SO cool you learned knitting from your grammy. My grammy knitted, but I never had the guts to ask her to teach me. When I was little I thought I'd be "bugging" her, but from what I know now, she probably would have loved it! Look forward to hearing more from you.


Different is good. ~Matthew Hoover
jtamsn Posted - 08/31/2013 : 2:31:09 PM
Welcome to the forums, Corbin, from Maine! Sounds like you have a considerable stash, like many of us, you can never have too much yarn!lol! Hope you enjoy the inspiration found here.
eldergirl Posted - 08/30/2013 : 6:17:12 PM
Hi and welcome from Baltimore! I learned from my grandma, too. Nice memories.

What do you like to knit with all that yarn? And most of us know just what you mean about your stash!

Best wishes,


Life is beautiful.
donnawatk Posted - 08/30/2013 : 04:15:11 AM
Hi Corbin, Welcome here from Chicago. Only three lifetimes that means you don't have nearly enough. Donna

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