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41  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / How can I make the Mama poncho? on: June 26, 2005 07:38:55 PM
http://www.mamaponcho.de/ponchoinfo_EN.html
Would any body have any idea how to make this? Is it just a modified poncho?

Any help would be great thanks.
42  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Mama poncho, how could I make it? on: June 26, 2005 07:36:56 PM
Would any one have some tips on how to make this. Is it just a modified poncho or what?

Any help would be great.
Thanks
43  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Best yarn for baby items? on: February 28, 2005 07:52:14 AM
I'm expecting!! Yay!! I have some ideas for things to knit but any suggestions for beginner knitting patterns and the best baby friendly yarn would be greatly appreciated.

Oh I also wanted to knit something for my 4 year old so she doesn't feel left out, any suggestions for her too please.

Thanks Craftster ladies.
44  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Help with these directions please on: January 30, 2005 08:18:55 PM
I am a little foggy on how to interpret these instructions.

LEFT FRONT: Cast on 25 (27–29–31–33) sts. Work as for back until same length as back to underarm, ending at arm edge. Shape cap sleeve: Row 1: K 2, m1, k to end (26 [28–30–32–34] sts). Work 5 rows even.

They confuse me at this point. Do I continue the increases on the sleeve side and decrease on the opposite side.

Repeat these 6 rows 5 times more and at same time, when front measures 8" (9"–9"–9"–10") beg neck shaping Rows 1 and 3: K to 4 sts before front edge, SSK (dec made), k 2. (Note: To work SSK, slip 2 sts separately as to k, insert left needle through front of slipped sts, k the 2 tog.) Rows 2, 4, 6: P across. Row 5: K across. Repeat these 6 rows 4 (4–4–5–5) times more, then repeat Row 1, 0 (1–1–0–0) time (10 [11–11–12–12] sts decreased) and at same time, when piece is same length as back to beg of shoulder shaping, at arm edge, every k row, bind off 3 sts once, 6 sts twice, then remaiΐning sts.

This is the link to the entire pattern. Thanks for any help ladies.

http://www.womansday.com/article.asp?section_id=3&article_id=9135
45  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Can you snack while you knit? on: January 26, 2005 05:48:02 PM
Maybe I have a sickness but I snack constantly. When I'm knitting my snack cravings are even stronger, but I am always worried that I'll end up with chip grease or cheese doodle dust on my garment.

Can anybody think of a *clean* snack to eat while I knit or should I just seek help for my snacking addiction?
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