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bakenknit Posted - 11/10/2013 : 04:54:29 AM
I just joined the Knitter's Review after reading Clara's 'Book of Yarn' which I thoroughly enjoyed and learned a lot from.
My mother taught me how to knit & purl when I was a kid and I made a few scarves and a pair of socks. When I was 18 I knit my boyfriend (now my husband of 40 yrs.) a wool sweater with a fair isle yoke. Amazingly it fit! I also knit myself an Icelandic sweater and then I didn't knit for a long, long time except for the occasional mittens or hat. A woman at work taught me how to crochet and I've crocheted mostly afghans, baby sweaters, blankets, hats, scarves, etc. but never clothing for myself except for a sweater that turned out gigantic. Gotta frog that thing. Since moving to a new neighborhood 7 yrs. ago, I took up knitting again because my neighbor is an avid knitter and she inspired me. I've done lace shawls, scarves, mobius, hats, baby sweaters, and tops for myself. I've always been good with reading directions and trying new techniques but now with the internet it's so much easier to see things being done instead of trying to figure out pictures.
I usually have 2 or 3 projects going on at the same time because I get bored doing just 1 thing. I always finish all of them, though! Right now I finished a lace shawlette that needs to be blocked (ugh), am crocheting an afghan for a Christmas present, and working on a Vera Sanon (love her designs) casual t-shirt for myself.
I think that's about it -- you're probably tired of reading this!
I'll be poking around the forums checking out what's going on.
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Mommyo Posted - 11/21/2013 : 6:13:23 PM
Hi Bakenknit,

I too usually have two or more projects. Right now I am starting a sweater, have a pillow cover on a crochet needle and an afghan. I just finished a sweater for my husband. Welcome looking forward to getting to know you. :)
robinstephanie Posted - 11/11/2013 : 11:54:16 AM
Hi, Bakenknit, welcome to KR, from northern California. I like having a few projects going at one time too--so many of us do. One for when I need something mindless, one for when I feel like concentrating, one portable... & etc.


Different is good. ~Matthew Hoover
bakenknit Posted - 11/11/2013 : 10:02:12 AM
Thanks for the warm welcome! Yesterday I started Ann Budd's basic mittens. sigh Now that makes 3 projects going which is my limit until I finish at least 1 of them. I do need to block that shawlette -- tomorrow's another day.

donnawatk Posted - 11/11/2013 : 04:28:19 AM
Hi Bakenknit, Welcome here from Chicago, I'm working my first Icelandic sweater and loving every stitch. I have decided I will make another one. I have three sets of projects going. Happy Knitting Donna
Schaeferyarnlover Posted - 11/10/2013 : 2:37:49 PM
Welcome to KR! There are great folks on here and Clara's yarn and tool reviews are exceptional. You very busy knitting swith so many projects at once but I guess I'm doing the same now what with Chritmas knitting. I have a pair of socks for hubby, second sock is on hold while I wait for a Stitch Light I ordered. A hat, almost done. And a pair of ipod gloves for my sister, I bought conductivity thread to knit or sew in the tips.
Again Welcome from the Bronx.

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