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Amy Green
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  • Knoxville, TN
  • United States

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Knoxville, TN
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I've been knitting for about a year now and I'm completely addicted! I'm currently working in the Hospitality field and am married to the love of my life with 2 wonderful children and 3 wonderful stepchildren as well. I am also a recent college graduate with a degree in Hospitality Business Administration. This year I hope to learn cables and intarsia and how to spin a little better :)

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Happy New Year to Ewe!

Posted on December 26, 2010 at 6:00am 4 Comments

Long time, no blog!! We've been super busy but I'm still knitting like nobody's   


This was my most favorite Christmas gift that I knit for my mom. It's the Moody Kerchief by…


Better Late Than Never!

Posted on October 6, 2010 at 5:03am 5 Comments

It's definitely been a while since my last blog post but with work, family and knitting, it's better late than never!

I've been working on several projects lately. I finished my Be Sweet Hat in Be Sweet Bambino in the Taffy colorway for my coworker and had my first experience with picot edging, design and icord. Here's a picture of my final project.…


A Be Sweet Experience

Posted on August 3, 2010 at 9:00am 9 Comments

This is a baby hat that I'm knitting for a friend at work who is 7 months pregnant. I'm using Be Sweet Bambino Taffy Yarn in the Peppermint Spirit colorway. This was my first experience with Be Sweet Yarns made from 70% Organic cotton and 30% Bamboo and it left me with mixed feelings.



Yarn Harlot and Irish Cottage Style Knitting

Posted on July 15, 2010 at 1:30pm 25 Comments

I sent this email to Stephanie today and thought I could gain some insight from my friends at KP:

I happened to stumble across a video of you on youtube today showing how you knit Irish Cottage Style found here I'm very interested in learning this technique and how exactly you hold the yarn. Also, does this work on circular needles? Any…


The Fabulous Miss Maggie Grey

Posted on May 22, 2010 at 5:12pm 20 Comments

Things have been so hectic lately that it's been over 2 months since I posted anything knitting related! LOL!

In the meantime, I've gifted a couple of items that managed to not be photographed, such as my 1st pair of toe up socks from Staci Perry's website in Cascade 220 for my mom for…


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At 6:24am on December 26, 2010, Terri A said…
Hope you have a happy new year! Pleased to be a part of the knitting community!
At 2:41pm on September 15, 2010, Knit4Many said…
I thought we were already friends! Thanks for making it official. :D
At 6:27am on August 15, 2010, Terri A said…
Thanks-nice to know ya - have you tried that fast knitting?
At 5:36am on August 15, 2010, Terri A said…
Oh yeah, can you add me as a friend? thanks
At 5:34am on August 15, 2010, Terri A said…
Hi, I just checked out you blog that mentions that really fast Irish knitting and was so amazed when I viewed it on youtube. People are amazing. It looks like it SHOULD be so easy, but I'm not sure I could do it. I, like you, have been knitting for only a year and looks like you've done a lot more than I have. You are very talented.
At 10:34pm on August 12, 2010, christina | AlohaBlu said…
hi amy :)
thanks for adding me as a friend! so fun being on KP Community!
~ christina
At 6:21am on July 27, 2010, Justine MacKechnie said…
Hi Amy!

Thanks for posting so quickly on my blog. I have some pictures posted of the leashes I made on my page. Check them out and let me know what you think! Congrats on graduating!

At 9:47pm on May 25, 2010, PJ Crafts in Austin said…
First things first, congrats on your educational achievement. What a sense of accomplishment.
Thanks for accepting the invite. Right now, my husband and I live in Austin, Texas. We live a very quiet simple life only because we learned a lot about losing everything.(from the hurricane) Certain things you can replace but what's important is that we have each other.
I have a better outlook on life and want to share with people. Especially knitting (and crochet) This craft or any type for that matter can open up a whole new world to you. I love colors, the feel of yarn, and the feel of knitting needles. I am in my shawl stage now and will move on to something else after I complete the oh,maybe 5- projects going on now. I love doing numerous projects at one time. Sorry.
But, welcome, share sometimes and thanks! Valis
At 2:51pm on April 29, 2010, mae said…
Hi Amy,
The Chinook Shawl is really a pretty easy lace pattern. It's easy to tell where you are and the same sequence repeats, just on more stitches between the K2Tog and YO as the pattern gets larger. I'm on to the 3rd color now.
At 3:10am on March 26, 2010, Knit4Many said…
Morning Amy here is the link for the Citron

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