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Sybil K
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Let's get with the program Sybil!

Posted on August 19, 2010 at 8:27pm 4 Comments

OK, so forever since I posted! New news is that I am starting 2 circles this Fall. One for the knitting challenged and one for Bundles of Love charity organization. I anticipate lots of fun!! I am working out a starter agenda and I think I will be asking what all the knitter want to learn then teach them! I have high hopes for my future knitter and can't wait to get started!



Believe it or not our little Nicholas is 8 months old! Where did all the time go? I am having a great time… Continue

I love my KP yarns, do you think they would open a store front?

Posted on May 9, 2010 at 8:20pm 2 Comments

I have toyed with the idea of opening my own store for quite some time. This year I got a little more serious. I have done tons of research and come to the conclusion that there really isn't a lot I could do to make my store unique...I got to thinking about KP yarns and I know a lot of people in my knitting circles that order from KP regularly. What if KP had a store, with strictly KP yarns, and classes... I would love to teach knew knitters and what a dream job to be surrounded by KP yarns… Continue

New baby and winter knitting!

Posted on February 21, 2010 at 7:44pm 5 Comments

I am so excited to get back to knitting. Latest project= Mukluk Slipper Socks! It took forever to write the pattern but now that I nailed it down I got a couple of pair made. As always I have to post a picture of my new babe! He is 9 weeks now....my how time flies!…

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Baby Keeps Knitter From UFO's

Posted on December 24, 2009 at 5:12am 4 Comments

I haven't posted in an eternity! Being pregnant then having a baby has kept me from remembering to take pictures of my few projects that I have finished over the last few months! I did remember to take a picture of the cool felted oven mitts I made. I couldn't resist adding a picture of our new miracle born 12/18! He is the best Christmas gift!…



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If you don't have anything knit to say....

Posted on September 16, 2009 at 6:15am 0 Comments

Colon cleanse and teeth whitening have nothing to do with knitting. sammy rose, Please discontinue your membership if you don't have anything knit to say.

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At 6:46am on June 24, 2010, latanya terrell said…
Thanks Sybil K for the blog comment, I really appreciate it. Nice work,I love the socks!! FABTASTIC I must say.
At 2:36pm on September 17, 2009, Lourdes D Padilla said…
Hi, this is my first time write; I would like to know if anyone could help me out. I am trying to knit a sweater for a bear with patterning, however, I have 41 sts and I done p1, k1 for six rows. Now, this is where my problem comes in p1,k1 5 (7) pl c4b pl k9 p1 c4b pl (k1, p1) (7) times. I just start knitting 4 months.
At 7:07am on September 16, 2009, Tina said…
Hi - our admin knows about the spammers and is banning them as soon as they appear, but it seems there's always another one to take their place. I'm sorry about that!
At 1:05pm on April 12, 2009, Tamara Sutton said…
I realized after awhile that I wasn't counting my stitches as I was going. I'll count better on my next one. I had found a pattern for a tote in a magazine using granny squares so that is my goal when I get better at it.
You were just being nice when you said my square was cute (smile).
At 10:33am on March 21, 2009, grapesonthevine said…
Thank you! I don't know much about felting...yet...but I will have to look into it. I actually ended up finding a pattern that I decided to try, but I'm just now able to get on my computer to update on here! I really appreciate your suggestion.
At 6:17am on March 21, 2009, banklady6 said…
thanks Sybil--I was thinking about it more last night, and realized the same thing...scary huh? I just made anafghan that was a similar idea..you could just crochet the squares "for fun" so to speak, or make a wholes sampler afghan. A friend gave me a large box of yaarn, and as she had started it, I finished it..loads of fun.....I think I'll do that ! Thanks...
At 3:15pm on March 20, 2009, banklady6 said…
hey Sybil..
just a question about your leftover sock yarn quilt...did you just do basic squares? Do you hav a picture of it? That could be fun..
At 5:38pm on February 15, 2009, exleftcoastgirl said…
Here I am griping about my weather, and you're writing about 21 below...Today it was freezing, and let me tell you, it feels positively TROPICAL.

The Exleftcoastgirl
At 9:09pm on February 11, 2009, Elianastar said…
I've been "off my yarn" for a little while. I still have to do the very last thing on my sampler, the Afterthought Pocket... cut into the knit fabric... YIKES! LOL! I've scrapped the idea of making my first sweater for my DG... the author encouraged that I not do that. She said it would really be best if I made my first sweater to fit myself and to look at it as an extension of the Sampler... purely a learning experience. Use cheap yarn that I don't care about and don't worry about the finished product... focus on experiencing the process more than about making it "right." I like that cuz I learned SO much from the Sampler, and I understand her thinking.

I've got some yarn I'd bought to make an afghan and have more than enough to make a sweater, from what the book says. But, I'm starting on a Norberta Dragon for DG first, then the sweater...
At 6:49pm on January 30, 2009, Elianastar said…
Thanks for the hat response... I had come to the conclusion that I must have missed the memo about using a negative ease for them, cuz I swatched, measured, calculated... had my husband check my math :-) ... and it still came out big. I made one for myself [crochet] in an extra chunky yarn from Rowan and it came out great. I made another [knit] for my daughter in a bulky yarn and it came out loose... not too loose to wear, but looser than she'd prefer. So, I still have plenty of the yarn to make another smaller one... I used Magic Loop, so I was gonna lose a repeat on each side, and I think that will be sufficient... I made another, a completely different design for my MIL and it was HUGE! That one will be just a little more complicated to reduce down, because of the pattern I put into it, but, it was so large I have a good idea how to do it and not screw up the pattern...
 
 
 

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