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Obsessive Compulsive Knitter, S.A.B.L.E. acquired long ago and still adding.

This photo cracks me up - trying on a project still on the needles. My mom is helping me figure out how long it should be...

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At 7:04pm on September 3, 2010, atwhittzend said…
Not yet, but, if I keep this up I will have to find a way to support my habit. LOL
At 2:54pm on August 31, 2010, atwhittzend said…
No, not a main highway. Just a secondary. I have the sheep and the alpacas for wool. It takes a lot to get th wool to spinning. Not sure want such a big job. Will see how that goes.
At 12:34pm on August 27, 2010, atwhittzend said…
Dietrich is east of Shoshone, Idaho. Shoshone is between Jerome and Hailey. Dietrich is on Highway 24 between Shoshone and Paul. I don't check this site very often as the postings aren't very frequent. I spend a lot of time on Ravelry. Love to knit and have just taken up spinning about a year ago. Both I can take with me anywhere.
At 10:29am on August 23, 2010, Terri A said…
Thanks - if you look at my page, you can see the work in progress [it's the blue socks] I think my tension is better but I'm still using size 3 DPN b/c the yarn label said so. hehe
At 4:10am on August 22, 2010, Terri A said…
Just saw your pictures, really beautiful work. Cute dogs, too.
At 4:08am on August 22, 2010, Terri A said…
Hi- I've got a question about your pattern [which I just started yesterday]. They're for my dtr and she only wants anlke socks. But I don't understand the dec before you get to the heel flap, can you explain? This is the first sock I will make with a heel flap etc. Your pattern says after the 20th row of st st to dec 2 - do you dec 1 stitch on 1st dpn and 1 st on 3rd dpn on the same round [round 21]?? I'm afraid that will make the top of her sock longer than she wants it to be to do 40 rows of the dec. But I'm just learning about patterns, too. So I hope you can help me. Thanks.
At 11:39am on August 18, 2010, Terri A said…
Do you have a pattern for your socks? Are they really simple. I'm going to try a sock with a heel and whatever other parts there actually are to a sock. But I must start the other half of this pair for my sister, first. Thanks
At 11:37am on August 18, 2010, Terri A said…
The sock I just finished is just basically a tube sock but since it's my first real sock, I'm pleased with it. The stitches are very nice except I think I knit a little loose. I'm using size 3 DPN, so maybe I should go to a 2?? You seem to be an expert so any advice is appreciated.

Is the book you mentioned really a rule book or is it a novel? I love to read also. Have you read those knitting group novels? Don't know who rights them and I haven't read them but those books are on my reading list. I have an extremely long reading list. Hopefully I can make some time for that favorite past time, too.
At 9:08am on August 18, 2010, Sage Gypsy said…
Geez... first I tipped my tea mug all over my jacket on my way to work, then discovered that the stupid mug LEAKS and is dribbling all down my SHIRT, as well! Good thing hubby was passing through and could bring me a clean shirt! Must throw this stupid mug OUT! (But my tea this morning is so good! I am trying to drink the rest of it with a handkerchief wrapped around the mug to catch the drips...)
At 2:04pm on August 17, 2010, Terri A said…
I had to laugh when I read your comment about the most yarn - ha. She's been gone two years now and I cherish memories like this one. Better to laugh than cry OR just laugh so hard you cry. Both works!

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