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Ask the Fairy Godknitters

Have a knitting or crochet problem? Dropped a stitch? Not sure of a section in your pattern? Just ask your fellow fairy godknitters for help!

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Tips and Tricks?

Started by Peggy Stuart. Last reply by cherylbwaters Sep 8. 81 Replies

Have any good ideas or suggestions for dealing with a knitting problem? We would like to hear about them!Continue

Tags: tips, tricks, problems, knitting

Knitting with either hand

Started by Tate Shannon. Last reply by cherylbwaters Apr 16. 18 Replies

I'm a very experienced knitter and knit with my left hand (continental). Would it be beneficial to learn to knit with my right hand (english)? It's an idea I've been playing with recently, but I…Continue

Stroll Sport in Mardi Gras (purple)

Started by cherubhmm. Last reply by Peggy Stuart Feb 22. 8 Replies

Hello! I have started knitting something in this lovely yarn and I am two balls short!!! I see KP don't do this anymore. I checked on the UK distributor and they don't have it either ... I'm in the…Continue

Stuck on a Rowan pattern

Started by Ish Done. Last reply by Peggy Stuart Jan 10. 24 Replies

Hi,I'm on my second attempt at a Rowan pattern (palm cove) having had to unravel everything once already.Work 14 rows, ending with right side facing for next row.Dec 1 st at each end of next and foll…Continue

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Comment by cherylbwaters on August 17, 2014 at 7:17am

I though Hiya Hiya used to have down to 5 or 6 aught, but when I went to their site I didn't see anything lower than 0. Maybe it is another brand I'm thinking of. I'll have to see if my brain can come up with another brand with stainless steel needles.

Comment by Peggy Stuart on August 16, 2014 at 11:32am
Thanks, Jo!
Comment by KnitWhich? on August 16, 2014 at 9:37am

You definitely do NOT want wood.  They would be much too fine and would break so easily.  I got a set of needles down to size 00000 from Scotty Maloney online.  Mine are 8" straights.  I think the set cost somewhere around $20. 

Comment by Peggy Stuart on August 12, 2014 at 7:31pm

Glad to see you were taken care of. I'm starting a discussion on the topic, so maybe we'll get some more replies.

Comment by cherylbwaters on August 12, 2014 at 4:36pm

Do you want metal or wood? DPN or circs? I don't think KP sells anything less that 0s. I do know that Webs carries the Karbonz DPNs and they do have 00 and 000 in both the 6" and 8"

Comment by Tate Shannon on August 12, 2014 at 2:04pm

Where is the best place get 00 and 000 size needless?

Comment by cherylbwaters on June 2, 2014 at 9:24pm

Pam, like Peggy, I have not tried this pattern and I do not have it in my pattern library, but I'm sure we can try to help. I noticed on your home page that you said you are a fairly new knitter and may have jumped into a few patterns that are over your head. Note that is the only way to learn. So like Peggy said, go up to the list of discussion and at the bottom of the list you will find "Add a Discussion". Just remember to post only specific questions and not the whole pattern, because of the copyright laws.

Comment by Peggy Stuart on June 2, 2014 at 8:26pm
I found this on Ravelry:
I haven't made it myself, and I don't have the pattern, but if you post specific questions, the Fairy Godknitters will try to help. How about starting a discussion on the topic?
Comment by Pam Anderson on June 2, 2014 at 7:47pm
I am having trouble with a pattern I recently purchased titled the corner to corner wrap from Work Shelter. In fact, I've taken it apart and started over so many times I'm thinking of putting it away for awhile! Has anyone done this wrap? And could I send you specific questions? Thanks. Pam
Comment by Sherry Dwire on January 16, 2014 at 8:22am

Thank you for the suggestion. I am new to the community, so all the features are confusing.The idea that I can have a blog here is amazing.


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