I am 27 and taught myself to knit 8 years ago, but am not very confident. I love knitting for my friends, family, and dogs, have recently found the joy of knitting socks, and have been planning to attempt my first sweater for about three years now but still have yet to start one. The fabulous KP kits have done wonderful things for my courage, however, and I've now done multi-colored work and lace... two things I thought I would never do!
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Your work is so neat, and just love your little dog, he is so cute and his sweater is to, I tried to put one of our little dog and he just rolled and rolled trying to get it off, guess it is too hot here in Tx. Irene
I was thinking January or a least early in the year. From all I've heard you say, I think you have found one great guy, but then he's a really lucky guy to have found such a special girl. Just remember that no matter how long you are married, it takes lots of work. It's not a 50/50 proposition that you hear about all the time; it's a 100/100. You have to respect and trust each other. When someone recently asked my husband what is it like to be married to the same woman for ___ years [I can't remember how many it was at that time but it is now 37], his response was, "I don't know, she is constantly changing." When first married, I remember being mad about dirty socks on the floor. I sat and thought that I could either let my marriage break up over dirty socks or just pick up the socks and accept that characteristic in him. I'm so glad I learned to accept it because he is really a terrific man.