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Posted - 07/11/2006 :  10:49:11 AM  Show Profile Send KL a Private Message
I'm not quite sure that is the terminology- but in picking up and reading, MASON DIXON KNITTING,[what a fabulous, fun, cover-to-cover read]; I became intrigued by the Afghan project. The book is not at my elbow to check the correct term. And I do have a terminal case of "CRS"![:00]

I'm still mulling over what project we should do for our 2nd retreat in Santa Barbara.

It hit me that with some preliminary homework, that this could be a fun project. All could pre-knit the squares and we could assemble during the retreat-maybe even 2 afghans. I ran the idea to a couple of attendees for their opinions, and they were real excited about the project.

We would also offer an alternative Dishcloth/facecloth project for those that wanted to learn some stitch tecniques.

Have any of you done this as a group? Were there any problems pulling it off? Are there any hints that you have towards sucess??

I would love any ideas. KL

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Posted - 07/11/2006 :  8:25:16 PM  Show Profile  Visit Knitrageous's Homepage Send Knitrageous a Private Message
We did a Warm Up America afghan and it's <sort of> the same idea. Anyway, it sounds like fun!


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