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Friday, March 20, 2009



I want to know more about this SYTK--what do you use that for?

And I want to knit those mittens! they are gorgeous. Are yours going to be that same color of green? Pretty!


What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon! If I lived near you, I would have wanted to attend...then lunch out, too! :o) Post of picture of those mittens when you finish them!


Bet, Jared told us to google SYTK to learn more so here's a link that tells you more about SYTK:

Dorothy, don't hold your breath on a pic of my finished mittens. They were a little out of my league. I'm a plain ol' knitting dishcloth and scarf girl! Just imagine those on the cover of the book as the way mine will look one day! :)



Connie W

Just being there in the room with all that positive knitting energy would have been awesome :D Here am I just learning to be a beginner and you're learning about using these more delicate types of needles...I suppose the challenges continue and the learning continues for the new and for the experienced.


That looks like a fun class!

The more you knit with DPN's the easier it gets! Pretty soon you'll forget that you ever had trouble with them! :)

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