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1  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / SNBN Head Huggers --- HELP! on: January 17, 2005 03:26:21 PM
I'm taking the leaf and flower and putting it onto another project.
On the small leaf, I got all the way to row 13 and had to stop abruptly.
I understand Sl1 and pl. The PSSO I just don't understand!!!

I looked in both my books and they had the skp, byt there isn't a purl in that.
What am I supposed to pass over?

So, if anyone could go quite litterally step by step, take pictures or whatever on the sl1 p1 psso, I'd be so extremely grateful.

Thanks so much!
2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / I was at hobby lobby a couple weeks ago on: April 05, 2004 07:32:09 AM
I was hanging out with my buddy and her babies. I told her to pick out some yarns so I could make things for the three of them. At the end of the aisles there are pamplets with free patterns. So I was peeling lots of patterns. Then I hit the jackpot. A whole applebasket FULL of pamplets. I was there for I don't know how long and I picked up a stack about as big as one of those pamplets!

Always on the lookout for free patterns in stores! WOO!!
3  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re:I want to make a bun cover on: March 22, 2004 07:36:45 AM
Yeah, when I looked at that page you sent, I couldn't find what I wanted! When you said "shorts" I thought you meant short cuts!

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

But ooooo. Shorts. Hmmm. Wink
4  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re:center pull balls... part 2? on: March 18, 2004 05:59:11 AM
I couldn't make my center pull ball work. Sad
Any other way to get this to work? I don't like chasing my yarn.
5  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re:I want to make a bun cover on: March 12, 2004 07:02:07 AM
Wow! Thank you! I'll keep these in mind when I learn to crochet. Smiley
6  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re:Piggy Bank on: March 11, 2004 02:14:43 PM
If its big enough (and can take the heat) put some old white christmas lights in it thru the bottom. no need to drill another hole, just pull the cord out and plug it in.
7  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re:Maybe you have some ideas for my Kitchen? on: March 11, 2004 02:09:28 PM
Go to a flea market. See if you can find any cheap 50s nostalgia - like decoration plates you could hang on your wall. Find old record covers. anything with that milk shake diner look two it.

HTH
8  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / I collect beach glass on: March 11, 2004 02:08:03 PM
You know, broken glass bottles that have been etched by the sand. It's almost like GOLD to me. I have a lot of it - I think. I have some stashed probably still at my parents house. I just went to the beach and found more. I have two ideas.

- putting it all in a vase and sticking it in my window sill  (ugh - what a wonderful idea  Roll Eyes).

- Plating it and sticking a pretty candle (that I don't have and would need to go out and buy) in the middle. But then I have this stupid cat that would tear it up and lose all my glass.  So I guess I COULD do this and keep it in my bedroom.

I don't have any extra frames to glue it to - I don't have any pictures to PUT IN the frames anyway - so that's a bit out of the question.

Does anyone have any other ideas? They're so pretty and I don't have the heart to keep them hidden.
9  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re:making recycled placemats on: March 11, 2004 01:56:58 PM
One year, we took masonry (jamming/jelly) jar lids and traced circles on things like old christmas cards (say if you wanted a theme - birthday, christmas, etc) glued  them together with something and laminated it and cut them out. You could make an amoeba/cloud shape, or a scalloped edged square. Punch holes in the edges and lace ribbon through.

You could personalize birthday placemats with old cards. Every birthday the birthday "kiddo" could sit and remember who gave what card to them while they're eating all ther special birthday meals.
10  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re:The Stereotypical Knitter on: March 11, 2004 08:00:56 AM
I've only been knitting for two weeks. My bosses think it's neat. I just finished my first project yesterday (cell cozy) and I've already started my next (knit bunny, check the threads here for sock bunny).

My husband says I look housewifish and he finds my knitting comforting. I feel a tie to my grandmother because I'm so crafty.

I've yet to hear the grandmother comments. The day I took it up, I was at the photo lab at school and a guy said that wat I was doing was good and that his mother or grandmother knit.

A couple people have asked me to teach them to knit. We'll see about that though.

Of course, I haven't been knitting in public very much because of spring break and all.
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