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Interests: "Reading" books on my iPod, while spinning or knitting. I am particularly interested in challenging myself to learn historically correct knitting techniques/styles, and in spinning all sorts of fibers, in different techniques. I've a nice stash of rare and endangered sheep breed wool.
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The bamboo version I saw had such fabulous stitch definition, sheen, drape and stayed on my shoulders well. It SO outshone my cobweb version I trust it will reinstill joy in knitting this instead of being the slog trying to compensate for stitches defying gravity and hopping up above the stitches I am interested in knitting.... I should be well acquainted with the center, first two charts and the first portion of the third chart by the time this project it done! LOL
Agreed! I haven't really used it for about a year, and it seems so much easier to me now than it did at that time. I like that it doesn't get crumped, chewed by puppy's who steal, damaged by my tea dribbles, etc. And I have multiple row counters, can highlight where I am, etc. This app is one which will keep me using my iPad over all other tablets!
It feels good to be back and to be thinking more consciously about a post than just a line or two in social media. Good to hear from you!
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Mar 15, 2010
Samson is huge, and he is an awesome goober dog! I love him to death! On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 6:07 AM, wrote:
I am wondering if the closeness of color value is part of what is making the stripes disappear.... I kind of like how subtle they are, and I suspect that from a distance they are more obvious.
I like No. 7, and personally think No. 9 is unreasonable for you to add to this list. When I want to know all the sorts of blues shades out there in the world, I always check your blog! happy New Year's, Terry. See you at SPA?
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2009 on Ten On Tuesday at Knitting the Blues
Have you ever read any of Jasper Fforde's books? I like the mystery/thriller genre, so if that's your bag, let me know & I sort out my favorites I've gotten on
It's rather awesome that the first night of Chanukkah coincided with the winter solstice this year!
Toggle Commented Dec 22, 2008 on Light One Candle at knitigator