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Topic: I'm doing the first/last stitch wrong...  (Read 990 times)
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« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2008 01:58:14 PM »

the purls were guilty! now i'm doing it the right way, in a very awkward manner.
i was so baffled when i discovered it i commented on a game i was playing at the time (without names):
(Thieves) Catherine wisps: as if discovering i was a twisted purler wasn't enough surprise already Sad
(Thieves) Player1 wisps: WTH is a twisted purler?
(Thieves) Player1 wisps that he wonders if he really wants to know?!
(Thieves) Catherine wisps: wouldn't you like to know... (not)
(Thieves) Player2 wisps: sounds like sommat for knitting
(Thieves) Catherine wisps: you don't
> (Thieves) Player3 wisps: Knitting term.
(Thieves) Player2 wisps: or is it crocheting?
(Thieves) Catherine wisps: for crochet the term that makes people snicker is hooker
(Thieves) Player4 wisps: Whereas for tatting... Well, tatting just sounds dirty.
(Thieves) Player1 wisps: tatting with a hooker? sounds perplexing


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