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Knit Nights are back on
Thank you all for your patience in getting these set up. I know it's summer, and we'll all need to pop in and out as our schedules allow. I'll need help moderating these, so if you're interested in doing that, let me know. See you all tomorrow night! - Christina
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Knit Nights are on this summer for Tuesday nights in The Knitting Lodge.

Join us virtually, from wherever you are, and bring your current Work in Progress. We'll be kicking off at 8pm EST, and running for a couple-ish hours. Any yarn crafts are welcome!

Sponsored and Moderated by +Christina Blount for +1 and The Knitting Lodge Community

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Virtual Knit Nights
Tomorrow, June 28, 9:00 PM EDT
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The Age of Brass and Steam kerchief 
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Looks very good 
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Paula Moore

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Cat tested. Cat approved.
Halfway through a Hue Shift Afghan. 
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love it!!
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Nina Lurci

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Size: 36/38; You will need: 200 g pink thread (100% cotton, 150 m/50 g); Crochet no.. 2,5. Working density: 24 x 13.5 mesh rows = 10 x 10
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Rebecca Ward

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Here's the latest with my blanket, 17 blocks complete, 19 more to go!

Knitted using Noro Kureyon :) 
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great
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Alice Neal

Look what I made!  - 
 
A friend commissioned me to make a mandrake root hat for a baby. 😊
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takelia watson

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Hi everyone, I have a project in the works that i would like to try. I want to make a blanket of squares from around the world. I would love if any of you could send squares to me that represent your state, city, or something you love about where you live. Just comment below and i would give you the information, thanks
UPDATE: I have received one square so far
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We're are u from with are u new to the group 
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Becky Cook (Quirky Urban Girl)

Need some help, here!  - 
 
Okay sock question. I want to knit a simple sock with different colored toes, cuff and heel. When knitting the heel i change color for the flap, and heel turn but when do I go back to the main color? before or after the gusset? Thanks! +Christina Blount suggestions?
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Seconding what everyone else says! Pick up the gusset with the other color! :)
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Avaline Hoyle

Look what I made!  - 
 
Finished up a bunny hat for wee one to match the one for her Aunt I made, at her request. Can't wait to see them on their recipients!
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Both were done in Malabrigo Cuarzo, with a Designer Yarns cotton for the ears.
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Beate Mieslinger

Found this!  - 
 
What a beautiful pattern!

I just love those "celtic" designs.
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I'd like to see how to make cables ("complex closed-loop cables") bend so smoothly and horizontally like that. The "waste yarn" and "darning needle" materials requirements may be a clue. I just have to find the time, sigh.
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The Knitting Lodge is focused on connecting individual hand-crafters from around the world in a really fun way. All fiber crafts are welcome, and we're glad you're here! Weekly Hangouts: - "Virtual Knit Nights" Tuesday & Thursday, 8pm EST - Afternoon Groups, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3pm EST/8pm GMT Member Perks: *Sock Club * Workshops * Project Help * Project Knit Alongs * Exclusive Discounts and Free Shipping * The Rules: The following types of posts are unwelcome, and will be removed: - Profanity or vulgar content - Advertising a product or service for sale. Contact +Yarn Mountain for advertising opportunities - Promoting other communities - Posting links or photos without a description - Posting or commenting from a False Name, Brand Name or Business Page

Wilma de Roo

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Milton,. It took me quite some Time, but now he is finished.
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Some of the dates are not right u are right on the money with the date day but others are not why ?????
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ann kiszt

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the tooth pattern was a bit too complicated so it took awhile. the pink and black entrelac gets repetitive enough to not need a lot of focus. I need activity but it has to be simple stuff I can do on my back! these are cotton yarn so they make nice little hand towels. like extra absorbent hankies or napkins. I call them Crying towels for those days when you use too much kleenex. I dont blow my nose in them though. These are to be gifted to someone who works in dentistry, hence the teeth.
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I had to restart my sweater over again a 2nd time. I used the right needles for the first 2 inches and then I didn't see the change to larger needles.
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Try something small like a baby's hoddie do a Ragland sweater 
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Alice Neal

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Do you remember my rather risqué top? I've altered to allow for a little undergarment upholstery of the strapless variety 😊 
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Have you decided if you're going to put the pattern on Ravelry? 
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Beate Mieslinger

Found this!  - 
 
Anybody up for a Sock MKAL?

I found this one on ravelry today, and I'm intrigued. Just check out his other patterns on ravelry, they are so gorgeous. http://bit.ly/28ZSIZJ

#knitting #socks

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/eggses-2
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Hmmm. Sounds interesting.
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B Revels

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Woot! I finally got around to teaching myself continental style. I'm fairly happy with this first attempt. 
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Huh. I learned continental from the beginning. I've always been mystified by those that throw the yarn. 
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Bom Dia! fiz esse casaco para menina tamanho 4 , usei lã seda 5 novelos gorro com flor de crochê não tenho a receita porque faço com a medida da cliente logo logo vou fazer outro igual anotar o passo a passo e postar a receit...
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That is Beautiful love it very much u did a Fantastic job good for u hard work and lovely work
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Katja Hautoniemi

Look what I made!  - 
 
This is the hardest part for me — to start a new project, or finish the pair...
This is Cookie A's Clandestine in Hedgehog fibres' sock yarn.
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Amazing!
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