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I have been knitting ever since I was a kid. My mother is the one who showed me how to knit, which is kind of funny as she likes crochet and cross stitch better. I have never been the type to knit scarves. In fact one of my first projects was a sweater set with a skirt. i guess no one told me that you're supposed to start small and work up to the big projects.
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At 3:06pm on February 15, 2011, CamillaInTheDesert said…
Hi ...
Elenor...I regress...ALL of your knitting is just beautiful...
Omgosh...I have that book and pattern lol..yours is really prettier?...
I am having a problem doing toe up socks...think I am having a brain freeze to the heel turn...short rows? lol
but I ROCK with the kitchener lol..
Thank you so much,

btw...KnitPicks has a dogtag with kitchener on it? sure helps :)
At 8:22pm on February 2, 2010, Bonnie said…
Elenor, I have enjoyed your photos. You are inspiring. You have made a good knitting start to 2010. Happy knitting.
At 3:14pm on November 2, 2009, Irene Soileau said…
Love your colorworks, what do you think the finished item will be, due to a lot of th ings on my needles now, just printing the grafts and maybe one of these day will make it, just love all the combinations people have come up with, beautiful, palsknitto, Irene
At 10:52am on October 28, 2009, PickleSue said…
It is amazing how small of world it seems to be! I may have to plan a field trip for the girls. They are always wanting to go to museums. I'm fortunate!
At 8:18pm on October 27, 2009, PickleSue said…
I've heard of Bonner Springs. I think it's just outside of Kansas City to the West toward Lawrence? I have never heard of Grinter House. Just went to the Kansas State Historical Society website. Wow, I didn't know!! Sounds like a great place to see. Have you been there?
At 2:36pm on October 18, 2009, PickleSue said…
Looks great!!! I'll have to give it a try... Thank you so much! (Aren't knitters wonderful.)
At 1:33pm on October 18, 2009, PickleSue said…
Oh, that would be so wonderful!! Is it the pink stripe sweater with the leaves in lace around the bottom and cuffs?? It is beautiful!! Nice work! I would love it! Thanks!
At 9:12am on October 15, 2009, PickleSue said…
Elenor- I'm so happy that it worked out! Thanks for letting me know how it was going along the way. Did the I-cord border make sense how I explained it? It looks really good!!! Nice even stitches. I love that you tried it with wool. Nice going!!
At 8:43pm on October 13, 2009, PickleSue said…
The potholder is looking so good!! I like it really well in that darker blue, too. Awesome. Isn't it cool how thick it feels? I really like making them that way. The first one I made that way was the Desert Sunset Potholder. Did you see that one? It's HERE. It was my test run... but it took me a long time to make the second one! Later, Peggy
At 6:12pm on October 11, 2009, Laura E. Shallenberger said…
Thanks for info-it is great getting to know you...I only wish it was over a good cup of coffee and coffee cake :-). I have been to Lehman's many times and have been a speaker at a couple of conventions at Sugarcreek Inn (i think that is the name-it is a beautiful place). My husband and I enjoy that area and the Amish communnity. We have traveled there many times together and with friends. I have added you to my prayer list-praying for protection, provision and ministry blessings. Laura

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