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Laura Riekstina

Look what I made!  - 
 
My latest gloves from May and June 
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I love these. Is the pattern available?
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L Cox

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Simple honeycomb stitch cowl. Was gifted a box of yarn; in it, among other things, was a beautiful skein of Manos silk blend. Sooooo soft.
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+Paula Moore - yes, a friend that used to knit and crochet doesn't anymore and so she gave me a some yarn she still had. Sweet, huh? :-)
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Becky Cook (Quirky Urban Girl)

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Just needs a face tail and to knit the bottom and he will be finished.
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+Christina Blount As long as it doesn't wake me up at 4AM it's all good lol
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Ashley Kent
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Look what I made!  - 
 
A little late and only half done. I give you my next sock.
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Good to see you...how are the doggies?
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Amber Gillis

Need some help, here!  - 
 
I've posted for help twice in the last 24 hrs and my posts keep disappearing, can anyone tell me why? 
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Google had flagged your post as spam to be approved by a moderator. I just approved it, sorry about the delay. Hope someone can help you. 
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Mrs Harris

Look what I made!  - 
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+Mrs Harris​ you do beautiful work!!! And Many Happy years to wear it!!! ; >
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Claudia Bugh

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Happiness is new red socks!!! I know it's early for fall but I'm still happy to have these. Deets on the blog and I also discuss The New Yorker article on A Better Kind of Happiness and how certain activities lead to happiness and while the article doesn't mention knitting it does feature a picture of a very happy knitter, which I think speaks for itself :) So go knit and be happy! lol http://theknittingblogbymrpuffythedog.blogspot.com/2016/07/knitting-socks-and-why-knitting-is.html

#knitting #socks #fall
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Yay! Thank you so much +Christina Blount ~ I'm glad you liked them :) It is nice to know knitting is good for a person since I do it so much! lol
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Rebecca Ruch

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The blocking of my latest Dotted Rays shawl. Pattern available on Ravelry.com from Stephen West.
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beautiful
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Tessa Neill

General  - 
 
I only got 1 skein
 
Love this super chunky yarn I picked up to try - just not sure what I'll do with it yet. 
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Check out some super chunky newborn cocoons on Ravelry on what yardage and cast-on needs. Remember if you really want a cocoon you can mix your yarns for something truly unique!!! Or maybe just a hat!!!
Good Luck on your Yarn Adventure!!! ; >
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Today I got to meet my friend +Shianan E. for the first time! Big shout out to the Knitting Lodge and +Christina Blount  for bringing knitting pals from across the world together! and +Ashley Kent for introducing us! #knittingthworldtogether  
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Told the world. Very cool! Hi +Shianan E. & +Becky Cook 
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Nina Lurci

Knit-A-longs  - 
 
The blouse is knitted thin yarn as a single detail, with circular rows. Elastic blouse is knitted as follows: 3 rows with lazy point, 1
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Lovely dear. 😊
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WIP: Teddy Bear
I used Clover Wonderclips to hold him together, and I love them. They are so much easier than pins.

I finished his arms and his ears, but I have to knit him a new leg because one of them is bigger than the other one. I don't know how that happened. I must have switched needle sizes by accident.

I'm working on his outfit too.
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+Christina Blount Most craft stores around here have them. Sometimes under a different name. They're not usually found with knitting notions, but with sewing and quilting notions. :D Michael's sells them on their website, so they may have them in your local store.
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Lisa Aviles

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Latest FO.
 
Pair #7 in 2016. Yarn is Regia jeans style color. Toe and heel are made from leftover mystery yarn. 
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Looks cozy, +Lisa Aviles 
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Beate Mieslinger

Found this!  - 
 
Have you ever made something like this?

http://pin.it/d8Gticd
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no! LOL, although I bought my daughter two books for knitted lingerie and swim suits. One was called Domi-Knit-Trix.
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Amber Gillis

Need some help, here!  - 
 
I thought I posted this last night, but now I can't find it. Could someone help me? I'm stuck on this pattern. Do I alternate Row 1 and Eyelet Row; do Row 1, then Eyelet Row, then Rib; or do just Row 1, rib?
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+Amber Gillis I was out with the Girl Scouts all day yesterday, so I didn't see your posts until this morning. I'm sorry. Summer is well, summer. To answer your question, you will repeat Row 1 and the eyelet row (Row 2), until the piece measures 2" from the beginning. Then you will begin your decreases.
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Tamika Dobbs (Meka)

What I'm working on now  - 
 
My first double knitting project. It threw me for a loop (restarting several times) but I got the hang of it. I got this free pattern from Ravelry.com and it's called Dancing Keys. 😊
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For some one that scared you shure know what u are doing huh 
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Beate Mieslinger

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Anybody else doing the Eggses MKAL?

http://goo.gl/hW2wcZ

#eggsesMKAL
 
Still Knitting

Although not much. Or not much to show at least.

I finished the second clue from the Eggses MKAL. I had to rip back about 30 rounds, because apparently I can't follow instructions. But when I got that sorted out it was smooth sailing. As much as you can call it that with a slightly splitty yarn and tons of twists. But so far I really love, how this comes together, great pattern.

#eggsesmkal
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Hanna Drochtert

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Crochet Baby Set with the help of you tube channel Wolly Wonders. 
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