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231  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: finally finished knitty's kyoto on: January 04, 2005 01:11:44 PM
What a gorgeous pattern, and you did a great job of it!   Cheesy
232  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: facial steamer/sauna on: January 02, 2005 04:24:47 PM
I'm pretty sure that you should steam first.  It opens up your pores, gets all the gunk in there steamy so it's easier to clean it out.  I'm not 100%, but that's what I always do and it seems to make the most sense.  I steam, cleanse, exfoliate, the moisturize.

Hope this helps!   Cheesy
233  UNITED STATES / Alabama / newbie from Auburn on: January 01, 2005 09:33:47 PM
Hey grrls (and guys).  My name's Laura, and I am brand-spanking new to this site.  I'm from Auburn, a college student/photographer/artist/brand-new knitter there.  It's good to see other crafty people from Bama!

 Roll Eyes Happy New Year!
234  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / super-newbie question on: January 01, 2005 08:33:59 PM
This is a really goofy question, but it plagues me constantly! 

I'm making the common mistake mentioned on page 38 of the Stitch & Bitch book, where the last stitch I make looks like two, with the thread hanging down the back instead of the front.  I have figured out how to work around it, just turning it to the front (makes the loop cinched around the bottom really loose) but I want to know how to correct it.  Although it's mentioned in the book, the solution isn't there.  I'm sure it's right in front of me, but I can't see it.

Thanks for any help!
235  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Wanted: Pattern for Hooded scarf. on: January 01, 2005 07:54:46 PM
I found one just now, and I'm pretty sure it's not listed in the previous post:

236  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / hi everyone! on: January 01, 2005 07:01:52 PM
Hey everyone.  My name's Laura, and I'm a brand-new knitter.  I'm teaching myself from the Stitch & Bitch book.

Here's a bit about me:  I am a photographer/artist (my online portfolio is http://www.rocknfoto.com).  I'm also a college student, going for an English degree at Auburn University in Alabama.  Knitting was something I'd always wanted to do but just didn't, until this Christmas.  I got the Stich & Bitch book and have been teaching myself, although that's kind of difficult for me.  So I looked about and found this site!

Thanks for reading.  I'm looking forward to chatting here!

 Smiley  Laura
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