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December 07, 2016




Liz Green

How fun!

Susan G

I am having trouble adding a new color of yarn. I really want to make scrappy socks. What is the best way to add a new color gen knitting top down?

Judi Kennedy

Glad to see it back.

yolanda v

Fun! Yay......


Here's the question currently bouncing around in my brain:
I've knit multiple gauge swatches for a sweater with a few different yarns. The swatches done on US6 needles are too small and the ones on US7s are too big. Would there be problems with the final project if I use one needle of each size if that achieved gauge?


Here's my question: I have narrow heels. I have figured out how to get a heel that will fit using the standard heel flap & turned heel. How can I get a narrow heel on a short row heel?

Joan Pendergast

I'm going to be in Indiana later this month from Portland,OR. Hope I get to see your store. How will I decide what sock yarn to buy?

Judi Kennedy

What's your favorite candy recipe for Christmas?


Hope you have a wonderful day for the Open House. Wish I could be there. Look forward to reading about it later.


Here's my question: Which needles to you prefer, wood or metal? Yarn Harlot and Simply Socks pictures of "works in progress' seem to prefer metal, so I bought some from Signature. But I keep returning to wood (wood and wool seems like a natural combination).


Question: Kitchener stitch (especially for socks) has a two-stitch set up before starting... why is there not a two stitch finish? I always feel that there should be (reverse of the set up) but haven't mastered it yet. I've been knitting socks for 16 years.


My favorite movies are White Christmas, Holiday Inn, and Elf. Wishing for a very merry Christmas and safe holiday! 🎄


My 3 favourites at the moment are Polar Express, Elf and the original Rudolph movie.
I also like watching all the different adaptations of A Christmas Carol

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