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||Posted - 01/03/2013 : 08:43:04 AM
I'm new to the forums, though I have been reading Knitter's Review for ages. I knit pretty much all the time, and every year I set a goal to learn new techniques (or master ones I haven't quite managed). This year it will be short rows and knitting from charts. I look forward to getting to know many of you and learning lots of new things from such creative people.
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||Posted - 01/05/2013 : 10:38:42 AM
Hi and welcome from Australia. I have never approached knitting that way. Maybe I should. My daughter is always on the lookout for something different and she is a marvellous knitter. I knit because there is always something I want to knit. PLease stay in touch via the forums and keep us posted on what techniques you have discovered to learn.
I knit a hug into every stitch
||Posted - 01/04/2013 : 10:07:44 PM
Hello & welcome to the KF, Babsy! Glad u have joined us & hope u decide to stay! Looking forward to getting to know u better here in the forums!
Keep on knitting!
The more, the merrier!
A balanced diet is a peanut butter cookie in each hand!!
||Posted - 01/03/2013 : 4:50:27 PM
Welcome to the forums from Maine! Hope you enjoy the support and knitting inspiration.
||Posted - 01/03/2013 : 10:56:40 AM
Hi Babsy, I like to approach knitting like you mention above: setting goals for learning new techniques. Always so much to learn. Short row technique totally intrigues me--I would love to be able to knit a sweater and add bust darts. Welcome to KR from Northern California and look forward to hearing more from you.
Different is good. ~Matthew Hoover
||Posted - 01/03/2013 : 09:39:30 AM
Hi Babsy, Welcome to KR from Chicago. Im always looking for something new to learn. This is my double knitting time now. Happy Knitting Donna