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At 2:04pm on April 26, 2010, bi-crafty said…
not yet, but once i get thru a few of my ufo's, i want to give it a try. a friend of mine made a beautiful sweater in aran wool in entrelac. It took her a year to finish. that's about my speed!
At 5:26pm on April 25, 2010, bi-crafty said…
Hi Joan! Thanks for the friend request! Just curious - have you ever tried entrelac?
At 12:02pm on April 1, 2010, Susan in North GA said…
Joan, that was so nice to check in and see your friend request. Thanks.
Blessings,
Susan.
At 6:47am on April 1, 2010, Suznj821 said…
Joan, thanks for the friend invite. I look forward to getting to know you better. Grandma's rock!! LOL
Susan
At 5:42am on April 1, 2010, Susan the Blue Lake Knitter said…
Joan, There are lots of grandmas around here to connect with. You alpaca is wonderful... they are such cute little things! ♥s
At 9:49am on October 29, 2009, NoKnitSherlock said…
thank you very much Joan!
I love your avatar - looks like he/she is smiling!!!
~Susan xxx
At 4:30am on October 27, 2009, Marciknits said…
Dot's Shop in Granbury has been closed for quite some time now. She lost her lease and just decided to close and we miss it very much. Granbury knitters are still alive and well though. We just had a knitters retreat and had over 35 local women attend, and it was lots of fun to see new and old faces. I've heard the big yarn shop in Plano is the best. Havent't been there yet myself, but hear only good things.
At 7:32am on October 23, 2009, Sandi in Arlington said…
I purchase my sock yarn from Knitpicks and JoAnns and Hobby Lobby. I think KP yarns are wonderful and very reasonably priced. I am only on my third pair of sox!! Do I have yarn?? Ohhhhhhh you betcha!!!!! I use the magic loop method. It was a bugger learning to cast on but now I have it. My friend showed me two sox on two needles to begin with.
At 6:58am on October 23, 2009, Maxine said…
If it's a mystery, I will likely read it. I don't particularly like dark stories...I try to keep it light and upbeat, even funny at times. Good luck in your retirement. Oh, I recently moved to Fort Worth, but I still spend a lot of time in Arlington because that's where I shop and see my physicians.
At 6:31am on October 23, 2009, Sandi in Arlington said…
I only go to that shop if I am desperate. You must have caught her on a good day. I have a friend that just spent over $400 with her. A couple days later she went back to ask for help with a stitch problem with sox. She was told she could sign up for a class. I am surprised the woman is still in business.
I was fortunate that a quilting friend taught me how to knit sox. I am very new at it but am willing to help if I can.
At 12:12pm on October 22, 2009, Peggy Stuart said…
Joan: Thanks for making me your friend. I was a writer, too. It was my last job before I retired. I did freelance work for the same magazine for a year after I quit, but I'm too busy now. We have a 5th wheel and love to travel with it. Happy knitting! --P
At 11:39am on October 22, 2009, Audrey Templeton said…
Hi! The very best store in my area is Hill Country Weavers on South Congress in Austin. I LOVE that store! It's kind of a trek from Round Rock, but soooo worth it. I see that you are getting ready to retire and travel...I'm so jealous. We're still working towards that time.

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