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Topic: how do you let a muggle down nicely when they ask you to knit something?  (Read 119675 times)
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« Reply #870 on: February 24, 2013 04:31:18 AM »

Oh my god yes, I used to teach people to knit in the local pub whenever they had an open mic night, I'd have people say they wanted stuff knitting, like jumpers or dresses for 20 while I was sat teaching an open group and inviting them to learn instead. I'd always get "nah, I don't think I could do it" while someone really hammered next to me would be picking it up fine. Always made me laugh.
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