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211  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Cabled hand bag on: January 15, 2006 04:34:08 PM
I've just completed mine yesterday! it was a quick knit and I love it! My favorite purse so far Smiley
I'll try to take pictures tomorrow, when I have the light to to it.
212  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: What's a good age to teach children to knit? on: January 11, 2006 06:20:47 AM
I was looking for this information and found this thread.
My niece is 5 yrs old and I was thinking of teaching her how to knit.. However, I don't have any idea what size of needles she should start with.. and materials. I was thinking some plastic 9 mm needles and for her first project a hat for her dolls. (You just knit a rectangle, without BO, just pulling a thread by the live stitches and sewing on the sides).
What do you think?

(sorry, english is not my first language)
213  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Wrist Injuries on: January 10, 2006 06:25:57 AM
2 weeks? Ups, I started too soon then.

About the circulars advice, i did know that and I use circulars whenever I can because I like them better (I don't stick them in my friends eyes and such), but where I live circulars are too expensive, so I have more straight needles.. And use them more often..

About the way I knit, it's kind of continental, but I knit with the yarn around my neck, are you familiar with this way? I only saw people knitting with the yarn around their fingers twice, and only after discovering internet I found out that you knit this way in the USA Cheesy

I'm going to try a better posture for sure and that advice for the pillow sounds great (and I have my eyes on that glove too, too bad they don't ship internationally).

Thank you all!
214  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Knitty's Tubey Knitalong :D on: January 09, 2006 11:45:26 AM
Glad I found this knitalong Smiley
I fell in love for that sweater as soon as I layed my eyes on it! I'm planning on going to my LYS tomorrow to buy some yarn to make it. Thinking... black and turquoise.
Too bad I can't knit much now, I've king of hurted my self in the wrist by knitting too much for christmas... Sad
215  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Wrist Injuries on: January 09, 2006 08:42:53 AM
Wow boygirlparty, that really helped a lot!
I'm going to the pharmacy to buy a wrist brace, I was knitting a while ago and my wrist started to hurt again Sad I guess I'm not ready yet..

I was knitting some Barbie clothing for my nice for Christmas on size 2 needles and I think that was the worst for my wrist.
I'll try some larger needles for start ando thos exercices you showed me.
216  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Wrist Injuries on: January 09, 2006 06:11:20 AM
First of all, thanks for all your answers. It's nice to know that our experiences can help others.

Does your wrist pop too? Mine hurts if I knit way too much and it pops constantly. Sometimes the pain travels up my arm. If my husband rubs it kind of like an Indian Burn it goes away for a while.

My wrist popped after a while too! After the first time it popped, started to hurt a lot. And yes, the ache sometimes gets to my upper arm too.. I thought of the tendonitis and the RSI, so I'm using some anti inflamatory cream.
I'll try to look for that knitters glove you mentioned and for the future i won't go mad on knitting deadlines, you're right. It isn't worth it..
217  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Wrist Injuries on: January 08, 2006 05:54:43 PM
Hi, I'm new around here!
By knitting as a mad the past two weeks before christmas, my wrist started to hurt. As I kept knitting insanly, it got worst, to a point that I couldn't knit anymore.
I haven't touched my needles for more than a week, today I tryed and it hurts a little.
Has this happened to you? Can I avoid this from happening again? Should I take it easy? I'm scared this pain won't go away Sad

Oh, and I'm sorry about my english, not my first language Smiley
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